The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Networks) is a unique interdisciplinary degree program that prepares graduates for the design and improvement of future wireless networks such as the “Internet of Things.” The program combines courses related to radio hardware, transmission techniques, the medium-access control layer, networking, applications and standards.
No more than three courses (maximum 12 units) may be counted at the 400 level — at least 18 adviser-approved units must be taken at the 500 or 600 level. Units to be transferred (maximum 4 with adviser approval) must have been taken prior to taking classes at USC — interruption of residency is not allowed.
For Admission Requirements, refer to USC Viterbi School of Engineering .
The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Networks) requires at least 28 units.