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The internet is central to commerce, industry, education, recreation and information services. Companies who espouse the Internet in a properly structured fashion can find their business transform; adopting the technology inappropriately can spell disaster.

Yet the extreme shortage of Internet technologists threatens to stifle its growth and improvement. Or worse, see it abused and destroyed by ill-conceived solutions. Well-educated, well-trained individuals who understand the network and the systems it supports and who can influence its and their evolution, command respect (and demand impressive salaries). This program offers student two related programs: BSc Internet Systems for those students who want to contribute to the Internet revolution at the conceptual level while avoiding the engineering details; and BEng Internet Engineering for those of the students who also want to understand the Internet at the physical and mathematical level and engineer its future.


The Internet Systems program considers the Internet and the end-systems in all their various forms. It is not just web-page design, but the whole system: clients, servers and end-user systems. Its domain it that of data: data acquisition whether through keyboard or sensor, data organization and manipulation across a highly distributed environment, the medium through which data passes, and data presentation or its use to operate remote equipment. It encompasses software and hardware design, the communications infrastructure, the protocols and procedures required, and the key network management skills. The program has been designed to stretch student's intellectual capabilities, but avoids mathematical analysis. Teaching methods include tutorials and lab work, Internet-based exercises and case studies. Assessment is by examination, classroom and laboratory exercises, Internet-based practical assessments and oral presentations.

Course Guide
This course covers Internet Applications and Principles; Computing Environments; Programming; Data Modeling; Digital Electronics; Concepts of Circuit Theory; Project Management; Practical and Communication Skills; Internetworking; Java; E-commerce; Programming; Data Structures; Digital & Programmable Electronics. This course also covers Protocols; Network Modeling and Management; Multimedia Systems; Distributed Systems; Operating Systems; Digital Systems Design; and Digital Systems Architecture.


The Internet Engineering program focuses on the engineering of the Internet. It encompasses the key elements of Internet Systems and extends to the study of analytical aspects of the medium, the communications channels, and the end systems, whether they be remote electronic systems or human users, at a terminal or mobile. It dips into the curriculum of Electronic Engineering, Computing Science and Communications Engineering, to provide the skills required by the professional engineer to manage the design and operation of the network and to influence its continuing development.

Course Guide
This course covers Internet Applications and Principles; Programming; Communications Principles; Digital Electronics; Circuit Theory; Project Management; Mathematics; Communication Skills; Internetworking; Java; E-commerce; Software Engineering; Programming; Telecommunications; Digital and Programmable Electronics; Signals & Systems; Project Management. This course also includes Protocols; Network Modeling and Management; Multimedia; Distributed Systems; Operating Systems; Digital Telecommunications; Mobile Systems; Digital Systems Design; and Digital Systems Architecture.

There is persistent demand for graduates to work in the Internet and communications-related industries, commanding high salaries. Well-known companies are keen to employ the graduates of this program.

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