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The demand for graduates of information communication systems engineering programs both in-state and nationally is high. Information technologies are the keys to enabling the growth of businesses. Individuals in all areas of private and public enterprise rely on information systems for communication, planning, control and decision support. The advanced knowledge provided by information systems engineering programs is needed across a wide range of commercial settings.

As the extent and complexity of computer-based networks and systems have increased, so has the demand for individuals with information systems skills. Industry and government offer wide-ranging positions for information system professionals. Some information system engineers will be involved in advancing the technology itself; developing software and systems to enhance the ability of individuals, business, government and industry to better utilize information systems in their daily tasks. Others are more directly involved in developing and implementing information systems to meet specific needs, such as for business applications, transportation network needs, environmental applications, or local government needs. Some information system professionals are involved in managing or operating an information system for an organization with perhaps increased responsibility for personnel management, financial planning, interactions with clients and developing proposals. Yet others are self-employed developing new innovative products and services for sale to consumers or other businesses in the marketplace. From the entertainment and health industries to the engineering and business communities, career opportunities are diverse, rewarding, fun and intellectually stimulating.

Engineers who graduate specializing this area will have many exciting opportunities in the following (but not limited to) diverse areas in the industry.


Data Communications and Networks

  • Data and Computer Communications
  • Design and Analysis of Network Systems
  • Management of Local Area Networks
  • Communication Software and Middleware

Data Security

  • Introduction to Secure Systems
  • Foundations of Cryptography
  • Wireless  Systems Security
  • Computer and Multimedia  Network Security

Signal and Image Processing

  • Introduction to Image Processing and Coding
  • Interactive Computer Graphics
  • Computer Vision
  • Introduction to Multimedia Networking

Wireless Networks

  • Introduction to Communication Systems
  • Introduction to Wireless Systems
  • Wireless Networking: Architectures, Protocols, and Standards
  • Physical Design of Wireless Systems 



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