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WICOM Education

WICOM

Wireless technology is a dynamic field that is redefining the boundaries of communication. The demand for communication anytime and anywhere has fueled explosive growth in this area. As a result, there is a great demand for trained engineers proficient in wireless communications. K-State offers a wide range of courses that provide students with the fundamental skill set necessary to design, analyze, and deploy modern wireless communications systems. WiCom graduates enter the workforce with sufficient academic background and research experience to make an immediate impact.

List of Courses

EECE 660 Communication Systems I

EECE 661 Communication Systems II

EECE 662 Communication Circuit Design

EECE 764 RF Microwave engineering

EECE 861 Noise Theory

EECE 890/690 Intro to Wireless Communications

EECE 962 Advanced Topics in Communications: OFDM and MC-CDMA

EECE 963 Signal Detection Theory

EECE 965 Information Theory

MATH 713 Advanced Applied Matrix Theory

MATH 715 Applied Mathematics I

MATH 716 Applied Mathematics II

STAT 770 Theory of Statistics I

STAT 771 Theory of Statistics II

STAT 850 Linear Models I

STAT 851 Linear Models II