Master’s degree in Networks & Telecommunications

The Master’s degree in Networks & Telecommunications provides students with expertise in the general field of telecommunications and networks, ranging from transmission techniques on the physical layer to application technologies, including the study and design of protocols as well as secure architecture of networks.

 

Within the various pathways, topics such as the Internet of Things (or connected objects), wireless and mobile communications (terrestrial, aeronautical and space), embedded networks and complex networks, as well as networks and information systems will be addressed.

 

The courses given in this Master’s degree can be summarized as follows:

  • Definition, design, deployment and administration of complex network systems and architectures to provide secure and personalized communications services,
  • Design and analysis of global telecommunications solutions that implement current and future technologies for a wide range of application domains.

 

INP-ENSEEIHT recruits students who have already validated a Master 1 or equivalent in the network-telecommunications field. This proposed program only deals with Master 2 level.

 

  (Beatrice.Paillassa @ enseeiht.fr)

FOUR CO-ACCREDITED COURSES PROPOSED BY INP-ENSEEIHT

Software, Networks and Distributed Systems Engineering (iLORD)

 

The objective of this course is to master the techniques used in research and development in the field of networks and distributed systems, such as design and evaluation protocols and architectures of communication for the distribution and collection of content, software for monitoring, control, virtualization networks and distributed systems.

 

Course co-accredited in partnership with INSA Toulouse and Paul Sabatier University.

 

Students enrolled at Toulouse INP take certain courses in the 3rd year Telecommunications program at ENSEEIHT, as well as the following modules (for 9 ECTS):

 

                Analysis of complex networks (network science, machine learning)

                Content Networks (ICN, CDN, P2P)

                Network Virtualization (SDN)

                Advanced Network Management

                Project

Embedded Networks and Connected Objects (REOC)

The objective of this course is to master the techniques used in research and development in the fields of embedded networks and connected objects, such as design, analysis and evaluation of critical real-time systems; collection, management and storage of data from large sensor networks; connected objects architecture for health and the city of the future.

 

Course co-accredited in partnership with INSA Toulouse.

 

Students enrolled at Toulouse INP take certain courses in the 3rd year Telecommunications program at ENSEEIHT, as well as specific modules at INSA Toulouse (for 9 ECTS).

Aeronautical, Spatial and Terrestrial Telecommunications (TAST)

The objective of this course is to master the techniques used in research and development in the field of telecommunications by radio links, such as mathematical tools, analytical models, numerical models, means of simulation and prototyping, as well as the control of the architecture of complex systems and the understanding of interdependencies between different levels of design.

 

Course co-accredited in partnership with ENAC, INSA Toulouse, ISAE-SUPAERO.

 

Students enrolled in Toulouse INP take certain courses in the 3rd year Telecommunications program at ENSEEIHT, as well as specific modules at ISAE-SUPAERO (for 9 ECTS).

Information Systems and Networks Security (SSIR)

The objective of this course to master the techniques used in research and development in the field of information systems and networks security.

 

Course co-accredited in partnership with ENAC, INSA Toulouse, ISAE-SUPAERO and Paul Sabatier University.

 

Students enrolled at Toulouse INP take certain classes in the 3rd year TLS-SEC courses at ENSEEIHT, ENAC and INSA, as well as specific modules in common with Paul Sabatier University for a total of 9 ECTS:

 

ECOSYSTEMS, GOVERNANCE AND OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF SECURITY

Contact

The National Institute of Electrical engineering, Electronics, Computer science,Fluid mechanics & Telecommunications and Networks

2, rue Charles Camichel - BP 7122
31071 Toulouse Cedex 7, France

+33 (0)5 34 32 20 00

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