School of Public Policy
694 Telecommunications Internship (3-6:1-2:0) Prerequisites: graduate standing, and permission of MA in telecommunications program director. Students work in approved professional-level telecommunications position, meeting regularly with agency and university internship supervisors. Paper and journal are required, as well as minimum 60 hours work for each credit of enrollment. Usually, students enroll in internships at end of program of study.
730 Telecommunications Management (3:3:0) Prerequisite: graduate standing. Surveys strategic and organizational issues in field of telecommunications management. Focuses on strategic management; oriented toward executive management level of telecommunications firms.
750 Coordinating Seminar (3:3:0) Prerequisite: open only to students in MA or MS in telecommunications programs with at least 18 credits of course work. Topics include specific telecommunications problems in management, law, engineering, education, and communication. Focuses on ways a problem in one area can create or solve a problem in other areas.
798 Directed Readings and Research (3:3:0) Prerequisites: graduate standing in telecommunications, 15 graduate credits completed, and permission of department. Specialized course designed for students who seek to explore telecommunications topic in greater depth than through current course work provided in curriculum. Written report required; oral or written exam may also be required.
799 Thesis (1-6:0:0) Prerequisites: degree candidacy in MA in telecommunications, completion of 24 credits of graduate course work, and approval of thesis proposal by faculty advisor and telecommunications director. Individualized section form required. Original research related to student's concentration in telecommunications. Research must result in document meeting university standards. Graded S/NC.