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  Academic Organization
The Master's Degree in Data Networks is a structured course. The course includes seven compulsory subjects and a final thesis. There are two types of subjects, theoretical and practical subjects, and by combination of modules, generally two per course. Moreover, workshops, labs, virtual labs, academic management and storage platforms with forums, bibliographic repositories, tasks automation, etc. are considered.

Curriculum

- Duration: 2 years

1st year
a) Communication Networks I
Professor in charge Eng. Luis Marrone
Duration: September – December
Day: Saturday from 9 AM to 12 AM and from 2 PM to 5 PM

b) Communication Networks II
It is required to pass Networks I.
Professor in charge Eng. Luis Marrone
Duration: April – August
Day: Saturday from 9 AM to 12 AM and from 2 PM to 5 PM

2nd year

c) Operating Systems
It is required to pass Networks I.
Professor in charge Mg. Lía Molinari
Duration: September – December
Day: Saturday from 9 AM to 12 AM and from 2 PM to 5 PM

d) Distributed Systems
It is required to pass Operating Systems
Professor in charge Dr. Fernando G. Tinetti
Duration: April – August
Day: Saturday from 9 AM to 12 AM

e) Communication Networks III: Security and Privacy in Networks

It is required to pass Networks II and Distributed Systems.
Professor in charge Lic. Javier Díaz
Duration: September – December
Day: Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM and from 2 PM to 5 PM.

- Additional Courses to submit the Thesis

Research Methodology
Professors in charge: Dr. Emilio Luque; Dr. Dolores Rexachs; Dr. Cecilia Sanz
To attend this class it is required to pass subjects d and e.

 Workshop in Thesis Writing
Professor in charge: Mg. Maria Malbran; Mg. Zangara Alejandra
To attend this class it is required to pass subjects d and e.

- Thesis:
it should reflect a detailed and updated study of the state of the art in the particular area of the Thesis and a research or applied development which should constitute a creative contribution at national level. It can be complemented with presentations given in Congresses or publications of his/her authorship or co-authorship on the same topic.
-  APPENDIX III: Layout for Master's Degree's Thesis Proposals
and APPENDIX IV: Master's Degree's Thesis Layout