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Top Online Telecom & Mobile Communications Master Degree Programs

Telecommunications professionals develop, maintain and update a variety of communications technology. You can work with everything from telephones and fax machines to cell phones and digital cable if you choose to enter this field. You will probably need a Master’s in Telecommunications or similar degree (such as a Doctorate in Telecommunications Management) to advance to top jobs in the telecommunications industry.

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Norwich University

New England College

Brandeis University

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Southern New Hampshire University

University Of Alabama Birmingham

Full Sail University

Loyola University New Orleans

Widener University

Utica College

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

Regis University

Quinnipiac University Online

Lewis University

Saint Joseph’s University

Florida Tech University Online

Kaplan University


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University of Phoenix

Northcentral University

Colorado State University

Earn Your Masters in Telecommunications Online

The exploding popularity of mobile phones and high-speed Internet access means that suitably trained telecommunications professionals should continue to have good job prospects. The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects that employment in the telecom and mobile communications field will expand by 30% through 2018, a rate that is much faster than the average for all professions. Holding a master’s degree will make it easier to land top telecommunications jobs.