EECE 655: Topics in Computer Networking
CSCI 446 and a course in probability; EECE 555 recommended
Further study of selected topics from current networking research as presented in recently published journals.
- Gain a deeper theoretical and mathematical understanding of computer networks
- Survey the current and near term research problems in computer networks
Students shall be able to:
- Work with mathematical tools to analyze network configuration and performance
- Propose and complete a short research project related to computer networks
- Present a research topic through written and oral communication
- Two hundred minutes a week lecture
Contribution of Course to Meet the Professional Component
- Engineering Science: 2 units
- Engineering Design: 1 unit
Relationship of Course to Program Outcomes and Objective
This course makes significant contributions the following program outcomes:
- An ability to apply knowledge of math, science and engineering
- An ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data
- An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs
This course supports the achievement of the following elements of the program objective:
- Achieve success in graduate programs in computer engineering, electrical engineering or computer science.
- Continue to develop their knowledge and skills after graduation in order to succeed personally and contribute to employer success.