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The MS in Network Engineering and Security trains professionals who meet current industry demands for innovative network designs, and the development of new network applications and services for business enterprises and the network providers that serve them. This program offers theoretical and applied study of the design, configuration and management of converged communication networks.
|Program Requirements||Quarter Hours|
|Total hours required||52-64|
Students will be able to:
- Describe the operations and metrics of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) routing, including the BGP path selection process.
- Contrast IPv6 and IPv4 routing, including protocol headers, routing protocols, subnetting, tunneling and translation mechanisms.
- Describe and compare Quality of Service (QoS) techniques for providing differentiated treatment of Voice over IP (VoIP) and data packet flows.
- Design a fault-tolerant network and identity protocols to implement and manage these networks.
- Explain methods used for authentication and integrity in public-key encryptions systems, including digital signatures and PKI.
- Explain and demonstrate the operations of an Intrusion Detection System (IDS), including writing IDS rules.
No Introductory Course may be substituted for any other course at any level.
Introductory courses may be waived for any of the following conditions:
- The student has the appropriate course work to satisfy an Introductory Course.
- The student has appropriate and verified professional experience to satisfy an Introductory Course.
- If an exam is available, the student passes a Graduate Assessment Examination (GAE) in the Introductory Course area.
|TDC 405||VOICE AND DATA NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS||4|
|TDC 411||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AND NETWORK SYSTEMS||4|
|TDC 413||INTRODUCTION TO LAN AND WAN||4|
|CP 480||ENTERTAINMENT LAW FOR PRODUCERS (FORMERLY DC 464)||4|
|CP 511||CREATIVE PRODUCING THESIS I (FORMERLY DC 511)||4|
|FILM 455||LIGHTING I (FORMERLY DC 477)||4|
|TDC 460||FOUNDATIONS OF NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES||4|
|TDC 463||COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DATA SYSTEMS||4|
Students must achieve an average GPA of 3.0 or better in the five (5) Foundation Courses. Students who do not meet the Foundation Courses' GPA requirement must retake the course with the lowest grade. If a number of such courses exist, it is up to the student to choose which class to retake. Only the higher grade will count toward the average grade for the purpose of completing the GPA Requirement.
Students who have not completed the Foundation Course and grade requirements can register for a maximum of four (4) Advanced Courses.
|TDC 560||ADVANCED NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES AND DESIGN||4|
|TDC 563||PROTOCOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR DATA NETWORKS||4|
|TDC 577||NETWORK SECURITY II||4|
Major Elective Courses
Students must complete three (3) Major Elective Courses. Major Elective Courses must be in the range of 420-599 and must be chosen from TDC or CNS courses. A minimum of two (2) courses must be 500-level.
CDM Open Elective Courses
Students must complete one (1) CDM Open Elective Course. This Open Elective Course must be in the range of 420-699 and must be chosen from CSC, CNS, TDC, SE, IS, ECT, IT, PM, IPD, HIT, HCI, or GAM courses. Open Elective Courses must not have been otherwise used to satisfy degree requirements. Credit for courses taken outside of the school will only be given if approved by a faculty advisor. Any course required for the student's concentration but taken as part of the requirements of another degree earned by the student may be waived, but cannot be used for Open Elective credit.
|TDC 594||NETWORK CAPSTONE||4|
Students in this degree program must meet the following requirements:
- Complete a minimum of 52 graduate credit hours in addition to any required introductory courses of the designated degree program.
- Complete all graduate courses and requirements listed in the designated degree program.
- Earn an average GPA of 3.0 or better in the five Foundation Courses.
- Earn a grade of C- or better in all courses of the designated degree program.
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
- Students pursuing a second (or more) graduate degree may not double count or retake any course that applied toward the completion of a prior graduate degree. If a required course in the second degree was already completed and applied toward a previous degree, the student must meet with a faculty advisor to discuss a new course to be completed and substituted in the new degree. This rule also applies to cross-listed courses, which are considered to be the same courses, but offered under different subjects.
- Students pursuing a second master's degree must complete a minimum of 52 graduate credit hours beyond their first designated degree program in addition to any required introductory courses in their second designated degree program.
Students with a GPA of 3.9 or higher will graduate with distinction.
For DePaul's policy on repeat graduate courses and a complete list of academic policies see the DePaul Graduate Handbook.