Q:How long does it take to complete the Bachelor of Telecommunications degree?
A:The Bachelor of Telecommunications degree is a four year program, traditionally. However, it can be completed at a much faster pace if the degree is pursued in the online program. Online Bachelor in Telecommunications is a self-paced program allowing students to take as much time as they want to complete the program. They can complete it in less or more than four years.
Q:Is a high school diploma enough for bachelors degree in communications?
A:The educational requirements for a bachelor's degree in communication will depend on which school you want to go. However, generally students are required to have a high school diploma at least. In addition to this, schools may ask for letters of recommendation, good standardized test scores and writing samples or personal essays.
Q:Will a bachelor degree in telecommunications teach me all that I need to know to follow a career in telecommunications?
A:A bachelor degree program will provide you with a very comprehensive study into the area of telecommunications. However, as with any academic program there is only a limited amount of information that is taught. Once you find work you will learn additional, vocational skills which can only be learned on the job.
Q:Are there masters programs available once I will have successfully completed my bachelor of science in telecommunications?
A:There are several masters programs that will allow you to undertake your masters, once you have successfully completed a bachelor's program in telecommunications. You should re-visit our website when the time comes and use our web-based search tool to find the program best for you- there are many to choose from.
Q:Can you give me an idea of what I would be studying for bachelors in telecommunications?
A:Bachelors in telecommunication will give you a strong foundation in mass and interactive communication systems. Along with that, it covers subjects that deal with computing, research methods and policies regarding telecommunication. Video, audio and multimedia production basics are part of the extensive course that equips the students with the necessary knowledge to make a career in the telecommunication field.
Q:Can you name some of the most popularly pursued job positions by individuals with a BS In Telecommunications degree?
A:A degree in telecommunications can open the doors to a number of high paying technical jobs in the field of technology and communication. Undergraduate with degrees can look forward to careers as network designers, local area/wide area network specialists, systems security administrators, telecommunications analysts, and network analysts. These among the highest paid careers in this field.