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I have justa BSc in Computer Science and Electronics with Lower Second Class honours at the University of the West Indies, in January 2005. What are the names of some Universities that would accept me for  with my current qualifications to do Masters degree (MSc) in a field that is electronics and communications oriented . What are some Masters programs i could be qualified to do base on my current qualifications.

This is a list of the course that i did:
Circuit Analysis, Digital Electronics, Microprocessors, Circuit Simulation, Discrete Device Electronics, Control and Instrumentation, Digital Signal Processing, Microcomputers and Control, Digital Communications, Calculus

Computer Programming, Discrete Mathematics, Information Structures, Computer Architecture, Software Engineering, Operating Systems, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Object Oriented Programming, Database Management Systems



RE: Need some advice

Please contact the Illinois Institute of Technology 3300 South Federal Street, Chicago, IL 60616 Tel 312.567.3000
Office of Graduate Admission 3300 South Federal Street, Main Building Room 301A, Chicago, IL 60616
Tel 312.567.3020 Fax 312.567.3138
well before Aug. 8.

http://www.iit.edu/

I wish you well!
John Solar

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If you don't mind coming over to England, the best university for what you have in mind would be Southampton. Its where all the communications and electronics engineering officers for the Royal Navy are trained.

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hi,

I suggest you talk to your former professor, the ones that you know, since they have projects and you can from there.

wali

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