Program Overview

World-class curriculum that combines theory and practical learning

Are you

  • an Internetworking professional already in the field who wishes to increase the depth and breadth of your knowledge?
  • someone who wishes to change your career path by entering the high-demand, high-paying field of Internetworking?
  • a fresh graduate wanting to make a career in Internetworking?

If so, Dalhousie's Master of Engineering in Internetworking degree program may be for you.

Long-standing committment to providing professional career-ready education

Dalhousie University introduced the Master of Engineering (MEng) in Internetworking in 1997. Offered through the Faculties of Engineering and Graduate Studies, it's the world's longest-running graduate program dedicated to Internetworking. 

The MEng in Internetworking is a two-year course-based program that covers a range of topics related to the industry, including current technology and its past and future evolution. This intensive degree program provides students with practical experience and the solid, theoretical background necessary to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of technology and the challenges that lie ahead.

We accept students into the MEng in Internetworking program in September, January, and May each year.  For more information, contact the department.

Find out more about Dal's MEng in Internetworking degree program.

State-of-the-art resources
Student working with Internetworking equipment

As a student in the Master of Engineering Internetworking program, you'll have hands-on access to the most advanced Internetworking equipment and technology. Find out more about our resources.

"The MEng in Internetworking gave me an opportunity to get up to speed with the most recent technology in Internetworking."