Objectives of the Program
This Certificate Course, which is of six months duration provides a broad introduction to Telecommunications, targeting important terms and concepts in networking and networking architectures. It provides an explanation of the essential role the industry plays in today's Telecommunications business environment while examining major components of a typical network and principal elements in Telecommunication Networks. Exploring the landscape of national and international Telecommunications, this course also provides a brief history of the industry as well as an overview of the regulatory environment and challenges in today’s networks. Intake for this programme is in September and March each year.
Applicants must have six credits with an aggregate score of 44 /28 or better in the WASSCE/SSSCE respectively, including core subjects such as English, Mathematics and Integrated science.