Students are required to complete a total of 30 credits of courses, including 6 credits of MSc Project. Students may take EESM 5900 for a maximum of 6 credits. Subject to prior approval of the Program Director, students may take a maximum of 9 credits of courses offered by other MSc programs.
Tentative course offering schedule
2023-24 Fall Term
- EESM 5515 IP Networks
- EESM 5536 Digital Communications
- EESM 5539 Wireless Communication Networks
- EESM 5900O Special Topics: Mobile Edge Computing and Edge AI
- EESM 6980G MSc Project
This course provides a comprehensive introduction of Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), a key enabler of 5G networks. The covered topics include: communication and computation basics for MEC, computation offloading, communication and computation resource management, edge caching, MEC application scenarios (e.g., Internet of Things, AR/VR), MEC hardware platforms and standardization. Edge AI is treated as a key application case, which is to support AI applications on resource-constrained devices with the help of MEC servers.
2022-23 Spring Term (Please find courses offered in 2023 Spring term as reference. Courses offered in 2024 Spring term will be updated soon.)
- EESM 5540 Introduction to Telecommunication Networks
- EESM 5546 Wireless Communication Systems
- EESM 5547 Multimedia Signal Processing
- EESM 5820 Current and Emerging Technologies in Telecommunications
- EESM 6980H MSc Project
All courses are offered subject to needs and availability. For the latest list of courses to be offered, visit Class Schedule & Quota.
For course details, please refer to Course Catalog.
(Updated on 30 August 2022)