Happy New Year!
There is an internship opportunity for TCOM students. Please check with your e-mail!!
Graduate Program in Telecommunications The Master of Science in Telecommunications at George Mason University provides a technically rigorous, interdisciplinary blend of graduate level courses in communications systems and networks, augmented with exposure to telecommunications policy, law, and business.
The degree program aims to empower both recent graduates and more experienced technical professionals with the knowledge and tools to succeed in this exciting and fast moving field. The program is designed from the ground up to be accessible for motivated students from diverse backgrounds. In contrast to traditional engineering program, the MS in Telecommunications deemphasizes quantitative treatment of communication systems. Instead, emphasis is placed on mastering the complexity of systems that are deployed on massive scales and constantly evolving. To this end, the program combines rigorous technical courses focusing on Internet protocols, wireless system, and network security with instruction in systems engineering and management as well as policy and legal aspects of telecommunications. As a result, our graduates understand the details of the technology that drives our communications systems and are able to place that technology in a broader context. George Mason University is ideally located in the heart of Northern Virginia's high-tech corridor. The Telecommunications graduate program aims to meet the needs of the region's technology industry by training and developing the existing workforce and by attracting new, talented students to the area. Please, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Master of Science in Telecommunications. Don't hesitate to contact us to discuss the educational opportunities the program provides in detail.
Happy New Year!
There is an internship opportunity for TCOM students. Please check with your e-mail!!
Congratulations TCOM Fall 2020 Graduates! Virtual Graduation Ceremony is held at 2 pm, today, December 17, 2020.
Mason will hold a virtual graduation for the entire Class of 2020 at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 17, on GMU-TV. Apply to Graduate Icon Check Your Eligibility Icon Get Your Regalia Icon Sub Navigation Graduation For Graduates Eligibility Caps, Gowns, Rings, and Announcements Graduation 2020 FAQs If You'...
168 AWS services in under 2 minutes! #TBT 🔥👀
Be prepared for Final Exams! Good luck!!
Spring 2021 ECE (TCOM is a part of ECE) GTA application is now open. Please see your e-mail for more details.
The Course Schedule of Spring 2021 Semester is now published!
Reminder: Columbus Day in this year has classes!!
Wao! Do you know this?
Looking for a new place to relax, do homework, and practice social distancing at George Mason University? Try out The Grove! It's the perfect spot to enjoy the fall weather, complete with tables, seating, and beautiful trees!
Last month Mason Student Government and Mason Facilities Management unveiled a brand-new outdoor study space affectionately called “The Grove." The Grove is located in the wooded area between Enterprise Hall, the Arts and Design Building, and Research Hall.
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Many companies already start looking for interns for the next summer. Please make sure to participate the Mason Job Fair this Thursday, October 8th and submit your resume before the deadline.
Have you ever checked Handshake (Career Services) for internships and jobs to submit resumes? They are many positions available for network engineering. Check them during this weekend!
Satellite is a part of net working/telecommunications field. And it is now nanosatellites are in the space!!
Have you registered it yet?
Job Fair Date: October 8 & 9, 2020 from 11am-3pm EST Please use the latest version of Internet Explorer (Microsoft Edge) or a different browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Have at…
Are you ready for the Career Fair? It is coming soon!
Every year, local employers volunteer at Resume Clinic to help Mason students prepare for the Fall Career Fair. Space is limited, so sign up now to claim your spot for a 15-minute one-on-one virtual review! go.gmu.edu/ResumeClinic #prepareforthefair #masonfair
Handshake is a great tool for you to look for internships or jobs. This is great opportunity for you to learn how to use it!
Coming up next week we're bringing back our popular live Handshake demonstrations! Drop into this virtual workshop to get tips from Mason students like you on how to get Handshake to work for you.
The IEEE 5G WORLD FORUM starts today.
09/10/2020 - 10/10/2020
The 2020 IEEE 3rd 5G World Forum (5GWF’20) aims to bring experts from industry, academia and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances towards 5G and encourage innovative cross-domain studies, research, early deployment and large-scale pilot showcases that address the ch...
Today, September 8th is the last day to drop with 100% tuition refund!
Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 2, 2020 may be busy day for you!
Here is another event. "Introduction to Security Clearances"
See Handshake for more information:
Are you considering a career either in the government or with an organization that does business with the government? If so, there is a good chance that you will need a security clearance to be able to actually do your job! Learn about the steps you will have to go through to obtain a clearance...
Amazon will be presenting a number of events this fall.
The first one is TOMORROW on Wednesday, Sept 2. Ace your SDE Interview. Here’s the link to learn more:
Amazon hires undergraduate and graduate students for internship and full-time opportunities. Connect with Amazon recruiters at one of many upcoming virtual events to learn about Amazon's culute and find the right job role for you.
This coming Wednesday, you can learn how to network online!
Join us for a #HandshakeTwitterChat next week to ask and answer questions about virtual networking! Handshake will be online with us sharing insight into the best ways to use the platform for networking while social distancing.
Save the date: Wednesday, September 2 at noon EST
Follow us: http://twitter.com/masoncareer
Today, Monday, August 31, 2020 is the deadline to Add Classes!!
Wednesday, August 26th, 12 pm - 3 pm ET, University Career Services is hosting the Welcome2Mason Part-Time Fair for Mason students and alumni. This virtual fair will have 49 employers who are seeking to hire Mason students and alumni for immediate part-time employment, internships, on-campus, and work study roles. Registration is required. Job seekers can research employers and their openings on Handshake.
Welcome to New TCOM students and welcome back to returned students!
Hi TCOM Students,
Have you made a profile in "Handshake", Mason's Career Service's main program, yet? While you are in the Summer vacation, please activate your account and explore it. I have just learned that employers are looking for profiles to fill in their jobs/internships.
For TCOM International Students, you can always check updated information about online classes for Fall 2020 semester from OIPS.
Posted on March 6, 2020July 7, 2020 by Chelsea Thornton UPDATED INFORMATION ABOUT ONLINE CLASSES FOR FALL 2020 The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP), a division of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released their written guidance about online study for fall. The broadcast messag...
George Mason University plans to return to our campus for the Fall 2020 semester. We are still working for this adjustment. Please wait until July 17th to find out more details for the change, especially the registration of classes.
It is today.
GMU Peaceful Protest at 5:30pm!
Organized by Deion Maith, an integrative studies student, with events management student Janell Armstead, alumna Marissa Daily, and film and video studies major Taj Kokayi. #BlackLivesMatter
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This is the time to brush up your skill!
This workshop is focused on how to introduce yourself to employers in a virtual environment, prepare your space for video chat, and do the research to get ready for the Virtual Job Fair @Mason!
More virtual job interviews are in common after COVID-19.
George Mason University Career Services has a first virtual job fair on June 18th & 19th, and there are 90 employers participated.
Please see the link below for more details.
Job Fair Dates: June 18th from 12pm-5pm EST & June 19th from 10am-3pm EST Please use the latest version of Internet Explorer (Microsoft Edge) or a different browser such as Google Chrome or Moz…
If you are looking for a job/internship, this clinic should be important for you. The Career Services will have a virtual job fair next week. Be prepared!!
Write an unforgettable resume for the Virtual Job Fair!Local recruiters will virtually review your resume on June 16 and 17 to help you prepare for the Virtual Job Fair @Mason.This is not a "for hire" job, this is a sign up for a virtual resume review session.For two days before the Virtua...
Most of you know at least a couple computer programming languages. Here is an interesting list for popularity rankings in 2020.
Memory-safe systems programming language Rust is finally capturing the attention of lots of developers.
This is a free webinar!
Cloud computing and COVID-19 - we have to face the new world setting.
Cloud computing played a crucial role in enabling businesses & governments to quickly apply solutions to respond to the COVID-19 crisis & maintain continuity.
Summer semester starts today, June 1, 2020!!!
Security and privacy are more concern for people to use Internet of Things (IoT) devices nowadays.
IoT labels will help consumers figure out which devices are spying on them - CyLab Security and Privacy Institute
Please celebrate our new TCOM Class of 2020. Watch our dean, Dr. Ball's congratulatory message and our graduates' slides from the link below
(please note: Don't forget to filter by Major to "Telecommunications")
MS 2B5 George Mason University
Office Hours The following are Advisors' office hours for the Spring 2020 semester. *** Dr. Pandula (Room 3803) -- Walk In (No Appointment Necessary) Thursday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Friday 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Other Time: By Appointment Only. *** GTA Office Hours: ** Vibhav Mane TCOM 514, TCOM 590, TCOM 609, TCOM 616 Tuesday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm ** Anamika Sunil Khairnar TCOM 500, TCOM 535, TCOM 662, TCOM 521 Monday 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm ** Omoche Cheche Agada TCOM 660, TCOM 661, TCOM 664 Tuesday 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Friday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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