Karary University


In the past two decades, remarkable progress in telecommunication engineering has been taken place in both digital and analogue systems. These include wireless, optical frequencies and cable systems. The course provides both theoretical and training material for communication engineers in the pre-mentioned fields. In general, communication courses offered at undergraduate level are not sufficient for engineers to design and properly plan for such advanced communication systems to the nowadays required reliability of at least 99.999% or and outage of 0.001%.

Program Objectives:

The objectives of the program are as follows:

1-To give the candidate a professional training in the theoretical and practical aspects of communications systems.

2-The program introduces the candidates to modern methods and techniques in analysis, synthesis and design of these systems.  

3-To develop an academic environment for studies and research, to contribute in solving the problems of communication systems in the country, by using the proper and appropriate technologies for the country's needs.

Admission Requirements:  

1-Candidates for the M. Sc. degree in communications and information systems must satisfy the general regulations of the Karary University relating to the degree. 

2- Applicants for the M. Sc program must normally hold a B.Sc. honors degree in electrical engineering or relevant fields from Karary University, or an equivalent university.  The candidate should fulfill passing the following courses before joining the M. Sc. Program in communication engineering: Signals and systems. Analog and digital communication systems. Optical communications. Antennas and wave propagation. Radio frequency engineering. Microwaves, radio relay and satellite systems. Digital signal processing. Principles of automatic control. Measurements  and instrumentation.

3-Candidate should register as a full time student.

4-Plan of Study:

The program consists of two requirements:

1- A series of lecture courses in communication systems and related subjects;

2- Dissertation work (project)  


The program consists of a series of lecture courses in communication systems with a total academic load of 24 credit hours (units). To cater for the interests of the different organizations and corporations concerned with communication systems in Sudan, and due to the huge development in this area; the courses are divided in two categories (Main courses and elective courses). These categories are shown below