What are wireless communications systems?
Wireless communications systems are the threads that connect people and devices at home, work and play, making everything from cellphone calls to online meetings to navigating the road possible. In this certificate program, you’ll learn about the various types of wireless communications systems, digital signal processing and ubiquitous computing, or the way in which computing devices can be incorporated into the everyday fabric of our lives. You’ll also be introduced to the general tools of scientific research and technical development.
Why study wireless communication systems at UNH?
A graduate certificate in wireless communications systems from UNH will give you in-demand skills to advance in a wide range of fields, including wireless communications, mobile communications, antenna design, signal processing and commutation system design. You’ll earn your certificate in as few as 12 months, with the flexibility to start your coursework in the spring or fall.
- Embedded software engineer
- Network administrator
- Network security engineer
- Research engineer
- Systems engineer
- Telecommunications specialist
- Wireless communications engineer
- Wireless sales consultant