MBA: Network & Communications Management Concentration
MBA in Network & Communications Management
As technology for telecommunication networks evolves, so does the demand for skilled professionals within network and communications management. Our MBA in Network & Communications Management — just one of 17 concentrations that can enhance your Keller MBA degree program — can help you achieve the qualifications and skills required to pursue business leadership opportunities in this growing, high-tech field.
Our MBA in Network & Communications Management addresses the wide-ranging implications of the telecommunications industry, as well as the role of current technologies, including IP telephony, mobile communications, the web and local and wide area networks. By drawing on the professional experience of our faculty and developing a comprehensive knowledge of the field of network and communications management, you can gain access to a career path that's essential in the business climate of today.
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"To succeed as a pre-sales engineer, you have to understand a variety of technologies."
- Thomas Bieser, DeVry University and Keller Alumnus
Total program length for MBA in Network & Communications Management varies based on the number of courses taken per 8-week session. That means that if you take 1 class per session, you could complete your degree program in as few as 32 months.
Total credit hours: 48
Required program: 30
Network & Communications Management concentration: 12
On Campus and Online
Keller Graduate School of Management offers the flexibility to complete your graduate program both on campus and online, depending on where you live. Our hybrid approach lets you register for both online and on campus courses. This flexibility allows students to balance work and life while preparing for the future. Program and course availability varies by location.