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As the world pushes the limits of connectivity, the demand for experts in computer networking is soaring. We aim to fulfil that need through our unique graduate program in computer networks, which propels engineering and computer science graduates to the forefront of this impressive growth in IT. Designed with industry in mind, the program emphasizes practical knowledge and advanced skills in specialized areas of network security, voice-over-IP (VoIP) and multimedia, data center networks, cloud computing and wireless networks.

Upon entering our master of engineering (MEng) or master of applied science (MASc) program, you’ll gain exclusive access to our cutting-edge laboratories, where you’ll design, simulate and experiment with network configurations and performance. You’ll leave with in-depth, specialized experience in a growing field and limitless employment options at your fingertips.

Become a part of this selective program and join our esteemed community of graduates who have gone on to rewarding careers with Cisco, AT&T Inc., IBM, Bell Canada, Rogers Communications, Telus, Siemens AG and other leading companies within the IT industry.

Alagan Anpalagan

Our People

Dr. Alagan Anpalagan teaches network mathematics and simulations and digital communications. He directs a radio research group within the WINCORE Lab. Read more about Dr. Anpalagan and all computer networks professors on the People page.

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Step out of the classroom and into the heart of Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Connect with leaders in culture, business, health care or government. Find a local partner for your venture, intern at a downtown company or join a global movement. From here, you can go anywhere.

Alumni Spotlight

“Computer networks provided me with the fundamental engineering skills to land my first job at AT&T, but what really elevated my career was the creative problem-solving skills I learned through practical labs. The program simulated real-world scenarios and rewarded out-of-the-box thinking in a team environment.”

Ricky L. Tsui, Director, Strategy & Innovation – AT&T Business at AT&T Inc.
Computer Networks ’06

Ricky L. Tsui