Fostered by the rapid development of information technologies, Telematics, as a knowledge field, arises from the integration of communications and computing technologies. It’s the set of necessary techniques and procedures for the analysis, design, implementation, integration, testing, and distribution of both telecommunications systems and services supported by computer components, such as computer systems and services or information processing requiring a telecommunications component.

Since technology is nowadays the fundamental pillar in the construction of what has been called the knowledge society, the María Cano University Foundation makes evident the commitment of updating knowledge by creating the Certificate course in Telematics.

Technology needs professionals who are responsible for its intelligent processing to support decision making and obtain services with a high added value. Through this program, its participants will achieve the integration of voice, data and video networks at the level of international protocols and standards by improving the organizational processes of any economic field.

Study plan
Length: 120 hours
Investment: $2.760.000
Addressed to: System engineering and electronic engineering students, system engineers, electronic engineers, system technologists, and all those interested in analyzing, designing and implementing computer network technologies.
Telephone: 402 55 61


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    To train human talent with criteria in the area of data, voice and video communications regarding design and implementation of LAN and WAN networks.
    To train people capable of making appropriate decisions regarding computer network technology troubleshooting.
    To know and implement the basic concepts of Networking.
    To analyze every issue concerning network security and configuration.
    To learn about future trends and new technologies in the communications field.


    Study plan


    Network Fundamentals

    • Introduction (Basics)
    • OSI model
    • OSI Vs. TCP / IP
    • LAN and WAN technologies
    • Routing and routing
    • Network Design and Administration
    • Network design
    • Network administration
    • Virtual LANs
    • Laboratories

    Network Configuration

    • General characteristics
    • Types, classification
    • Types of users
    • Basic Commands
    • Configuration files
    • Modes and configuration methods
    • Remote access services
    • Password Recovery
    • Service configuration: WWW, DHCP, MAIL, DNS, among others
    • Security in networks and concepts
    • Risk analysis
    • Security administration
    • Cryptography
    • Safety procedures
    • Digital signatures
    • Specific applications
    • Electronic commerce
    • Voice over IP
    • Intranet, Extranet
    • Network perspective: Java, XML, Internet2
    • Laboratories

    Wireless communications

    • Principles of wireless transmission
    • IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN networks
    • Links
    • Other standards: Bluetooth, Home Rf, open air
    • Colombian Legislation
    • Study cases
    • Laboratories