Master of Science in Telecommunications Management
The Master of Science in Telecommunications Management is designed to serve the university, the student, business and professional communities. It is specifically designed to undergird Morgan's by directly addressing the under representation of blacks and other minorities in the telecommunications management sector of the professional labor force within the city, state, and the nation.
The Morgan State University Master of Science in Telecommunications is an advanced program of study designed for Telecommunications professionals, individuals with an interest in media management, and others whose interests or talents bring them into direct contact with the corporate and professional world of Telecommunications.
Admission to the program is open to individuals holding a bachelor's degree in any communications-related discipline or to those who have taken a bachelor's in an unrelated field, but are currently pursuing telecommunications careers.
Course Descriptions in the Masters of Telecommunications Degree
All students must complete 12 hours of core courses, 15 hours of sequence courses, six-credits of internship experience, and a final Seminar in Telecommunications.