Ph.D Computer Networks

Academics & research Computer & IT
  • Duration
  • Level
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode

Course Description

There is a lot of demand for people who work in fields like data analytics, IoT, embedded systems, embedded security, security networking, and cloud computing in the modern world. In addition to that computers, the network field is also in the category requiring numerous technical experts. Ph.D. topics in Computer Networks include various diversified research topics that help you know the computational networking field in detail. Some computer networking specialisation gives students a chance to learn about computer architecture. Still, they focus on making networks and fixing problems that might cause problems for networks. In addition, students in these programmes can learn about software and hardware used in businesses. You might be able to get research jobs at companies working on cutting-edge networks, like start-ups. Networking could also be done by a big government agency like DISA that deals with it. For example, LAN protocols are part of your degree. It would be best to match these specifics with what companies are doing.

Eligibility

Course Level: Doctorate Duration: 3-5 years Mode: Full time Age: No age limit Qualification/Marks: The student must get a Master`s or M. Phil in Computer Science. He or she should get at least 55% of the total marks from a university that is well-known.

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