MBA: Network & Communications Management Concentration

Thomas Bieser, DeVry University and Keller Alumnus

“To succeed as a pre-sales engineer, you have to understand a variety of technologies.”

- Thomas Bieser, DeVry University and Keller Alumnus

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    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 19 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.

    Want to know more about how you can earn your MBA in Network & Communcations Management from Keller? Request information and a member of our team can help answer your questions.

    Program Availability

    Learn on campus, online or a mix of both
    At Keller, we've integrated on campus and online learning so you can attend any of our 75+ campus locations, take your graduate classes online or do a combination of both.


How many programs does Keller offer?

Keller offers a wide range of graduate degree programs — an MBA with 19 concentrations, 7 Specialized Master's Degree Programs and 15 Graduate Certificates — in important business fields from accounting and finances to information systems and human resources.

Do certain programs require more credit hours than others?

Yes, credit hour requirements do vary among degree programs because the course requirements vary among degree programs. Visit the graduate degree program page and click on the degree program that you're interested in to see specific coursework requirements.

What's a concentration?

Some master's degree programs at Keller (including our MBA degree program) allow you to further focus your degree by taking elective courses in a specific subject area, often applicable to one or several career fields. This area is called a "concentration."

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