The University of Alberta Master of Science in Internetworking (MINT) graduate program prepares students for a career as a network engineer.
It is a two-year, fully-accredited, course-based program led by industry leaders and jointly offered by the Faculties of Engineering and Science through their Departments of Computing Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The program has been operating since 2004 and is designed with the working professional in mind. It teaches up-to-date technical knowledge, advanced problem solving skills and the industry experience needed to lead large-scale Internet project teams as well as develop the architectures for complex network implementations.
Our program is mainly targeted at working professionals. Classes are scheduled in intensive weekend format so that you can maintain regular weekday employment. However due to instructor availability some courses may not be offered on weekends. In most cases we can make alternate arrangements. MINT students have 24/7 access to our multi-million dollar laboratory facilities.
We also offer the Cisco CCNA Cisco Certificate Program.
Join us at one of Canada's top universities - the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta - and take your IT career to the next level.