- Advanced Digital Communication
- Computer Networks
- Network Programming
- Information Security
- Elective 1
What is Computer Network Engineering?
As the field of computer-related technologies continues to evolve at an astounding pace, the Computer Network Engineering program prepares students to work in the area of network support, a field that currently commands excellent salaries. The Department of Computer Network Engineering offers students learning experiences and opportunities that provide direct access to the wide variety of exciting careers in this field.
What is the difference between Computer Science & Engineering and Computer Network Engineering?
Computer Science engineers engage in successful careers in industry, academia, and public service by providing technical leadership in solving a broad range of significant problems whereas Computer Network engineers are concerned with the study of different kinds of networks such as MANETs, Adhoc N/w, Wireless Sensor Networks etc.
What will I study in the course?
In this course, students will apply foundational mathematical skills, algorithmic principles and computer science theory to the modelling and design of computer based systems. Ultimately, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in the understanding of various computer networks and knowledge of various technologies in computer systems.
Besides in-classroom learning, what other opportunities do I have to learn?
With the recent boom in industry, job prospects for computer engineers have been increasing rapidly both in India and abroad. Networking, system study, analysis, design and programming are the main areas in which Computer Network Engineering graduates can carve out a career for themselves.
The Department of Computer Network Engineering offers students learning experiences and opportunities that provide direct access to the wide variety of exciting careers in this field.
2 years (4 semesters)
Admission to M.Tech–Computer Network Engineering course shall be open to candidates who have passed the Bachelor’s Degree examinations with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate of all the semesters of the degree examinations (45% for SC/ST candidates belonging to Karnataka). The candidate shall have passed Bachelor’s degree in Electronics & Communication / Computer Science & Engineering / Information Science & Engineering or equivalent degree; AMIE in appropriate branch.
In addition, the candidate must have also taken at least one of the following entrance exams: GATE: EC, CS or PGCET.
Students can choose from the following electives: