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MASTERS

Part-time

Telecommunications
and Internet Technologies
Telekommunikation und Internettechnologien

FACHHOCHSCHULE

TECHNIKUM WIEN
> Technology is far-reaching.

Telecommunications and Internet Technologies

Technology Connects
The Internet, telecommunications and mobile communication are cross-sectional technologies that play a
decisive role in all areas of business. Creative, personalized communication solutions affect our daily lives and
enable innovative applications, for example in the areas of unified communications, mobile radio networks,
cloud computing, big data, smart home, smart grids and critical infrastructure systems. From Internet services
and Voice over IP to network and cyber security, Long Term Evolution, wireless LAN and smartphone applications
in the future, there will be great demand for intelligent, secure and efficient solutions.
The part-time Telecommunications and Internet Technologies masters degree program offers a compact, practiceoriented postgraduate education at the cutting edge of technology. Students are trained to be specialists with
comprehensive technical knowledge in the fields of Internet technology and telecommunications. The efficient
organization of the program and the use of distance-learning elements allow students to optimize the coordination
of their studies with their work schedules.

Facts & Figures

Organizational structure: part-time degree program

Academic degree: Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)

Annual intake: 33

Language: German or English

Program duration: four semesters

Start: winter semester (September)

Number of hours per week: around 20

Admission Requirements

Application

Subject-specific bachelors degree and/or

Applications can be submitted at any time online at

other recognized academic degree from

www.technikum-wien.at. For additional information

a university of applied sciences or university

on admissions procedures and application deadlines

amounting to at least 180 ECTS credits.

for the upcoming academic year, please contact our


administrative assistant.

Course Contents

Communication networks and the Internet

Mobile and wireless systems

Digital transmission systems

Network technology and security

Internet applications and services, Web technologies

Voice over IP, IPTV, unified communications

Smartphone application development

Mobile security, malware, cybercrime and fraud

Social networks and semantic web

Smart home

Smart meters, smart grids

IT project management

IT markets and products

Intercultural communication, dealing with customers

Industrial and academic research topics

Job & Career


Telecommunications and Internet technologies are key technologies
for the entire economy. Thanks to their broad-based knowledge in the
fields of Internet technologies and telecommunications combined with
business expertise and soft skills, graduates are highly sought-after in
many professional fields and companies. For example, they

work as system and application developers in the telecommunications

manage IT and network engineering projects,

assist companies and organizations as IT consultants and service providers,

support Internet service providers, media and content providers with


IT business development,

work as cybercrime and security experts,

are highly sought-after in the fields of energy distribution and smart grids,

use their expertise in the field of smart home and life care,

work in customer solution management and presales, or

use their specialist knowledge for research and development.

MSc

and mobile communications industry,

Curriculum

Courses 1st semester


Telecommunication Engineering
Telecommunication Systems
IP Network Platforms and Planning
Communication Networks and Internet
Credit Courses 1
Scientific Work
Scientific Writing
Telecommunications Law
Total
Courses 2nd semester
Digital Transmission Systems
Telecommunication Service Delivery Platforms
Network Management and Security
Mobile and Wireless Systems
Credit Courses 2
Intercultural Communication
Telecommunications and Internet Markets
IT Project Management
Total
Courses 3rd semester
Advanced Technologies
Emerging Technologies
Scientific Publications and Research in Telecommunications and Internet
IT Security
Current Technologies in Telecommunications and Internet
Internet Applications and Services
Mobile and Pervasive Computing
Project
Product and Portfolio Management
Social Skills in Project Management
Selected Topics in IT Project Management
Total
Courses 4th semester
Professional English
Dealing with Customers
Diploma Seminar
Masters Thesis
Total

ECTS credits
SP/W
L
LDL

Type

SP/W

ECTS credits

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S / LDL
L / LDL
S / LDL
S
LE
S
S

2
2
4
4
4
2
1
1
20

3
3
6
6
6
3
1.5
1.5
30

Type

SP/W

ECTS credits

S / LDL
L / LDL
L / LDL
S / LDL
S
S
S
S / LDL

2
2
4
4
4
1
1
2
20

3
3
6
6
6
1.5
1.5
3
30

Type

SP/W

ECTS credits

S
S
S / LDL
S / LDL
S / LDL
S / LDL
S / LDL
P
S
S
S / LDL

1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
1
2
20

1.5
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
6
1.5
1.5
3
30

Type

SP/W

ECTS credits

S
S
S
MT

1
1
2

1.5
1.5
3
24
30

Credits according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System


(student workload required for each course for one semester)
Semester periods per week

Laboratory
Lecture supported by distance learning

LE
MT

Lecture
Masters thesis

P
S

Project
Seminar

Modules

ECTS
credits

1st semester

2nd semester

3rd semester

Module 1

Module 2

Telecommunication
Engineering

Digital Transmission
Systems

Emerging Technologies

Telecommunication
Systems

Telecommunication Service
Delivery Platforms

Scientific Publications and


Research in Telecommunications and Internet

4th semester

Module 3

4
5

Advanced Technologies

6
7
8
9
10

Module 6
Module 4

Module 5

IT Security

IP Network Platforms
and Planning

Network Management
and Security

Current Technologies
in Telecommunications
and Internet

11
12

Module 17

13

Masters Thesis

14

Module 9
Module 7

Module 8

Communication
Networks and Internet

Mobile and Wireless


Systems

21

Module 10

Module 11

Module 12

22

Credit Courses 1

Credit Courses 2

Project

15
16
17

Internet Applications
and Services
Mobile and Pervasive
Computing

18
19
20

23
24
25
26

Module 13

27

Scientific Work

28

Scientific Writing

29

Module 15

Module 16

Product and Portfolio


Management

Diploma Seminar

Intercultural Communication
Telecommunications
and Internet Markets

Social Skills in
Project Management

IT Project Management

Selected Topics in
IT Project Management

Module 14

Telecommunications Law

30

Technical courses

Non-technical courses

Masters thesis

Professional English
Dealing with Customers

University of Applied Sciences


Technikum Wien

MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAM


Telecommunications and Internet Technologies

With some 8,000 graduates thus far and roughly 3,800


students, the University of Applied Sciences Technikum

UAS Technikum Wien

Wien is Austrias largest purely technical university of

Hoechstaedtplatz 6, 1200 Wien, Austria

applied sciences. The educational offerings consist of


12 bachelors and 17 masters degree programs, which

Program Director

are offered as full-time, part-time and/or distance study

FH-Prof. DI Dr. Fritz Schmllebeck

programs. Eight degree programs are taught in English.

T: +43 1 333 40 77-280

The educational offerings are based on a solid scientific

E: fritz.schmoellebeck@technikum-wien.at

foundation and are also practice-oriented. At UAS Technikum Wien, emphasis is not only placed on providing

Acting Program Director

a high-quality technical education, but also on subjects

FH-Prof. DI Dr. Thomas Sommer

with a focus on business and personal development.

T: +43 1 333 40 77-328

Close ties and collaborations with business and industry

E: thomas.sommer@technikum-wien.at

give students and graduates excellent career opportunities. The combination of theory and practice is of

Administrative Assistant

central importance in both research and instruction.

Vania Cescon, MA

The research and development activities at UAS Tech-

T: +43 1 333 40 77-560

nikum Wien have grown significantly in recent years

F: +43 1 333 40 77-99 560

and are currently concentrated on four research focuses:

E: vania.cescon@technikum-wien.at

eHealth, Embedded Systems, Renewable Energy and


Tissue Engineering. UAS Technikum Wien was founded
in 1994 and in 2000 it became the first institution in
Vienna to receive the status of a university of applied
sciences. It became a member of the European University
Association (EUA) in 2012 and is also a network partner
of FEEI Association of the Electrical and Electronics
Industries.

> www.technikum-wien.at
A Network Partner of the FEEI
Association of the Austrian
Electrical and Electronics Industries

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