Starting in the fall of 2021, FIU is offering a master’s degree in the Internet of Things (IoT) that will prepare graduates for careers in the ever-evolving tech industry, including smart homes, smart grid, smart transportation and smart medical devices.

As part of FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing degree offerings, the graduate program aims to prepare students for jobs in IoT hardware, programming, cybersecurity, communications and entrepreneurship. Graduates of the degree program will be equipped to implement IoT technologies used in daily life, including electric and smart cars, homes, medical devices and city infrastructure. The curriculum further expands on FIU’s bachelor’s degree in Internet of Things, which the university launched in the spring of 2018, becoming one of the first in the nation to offer a bachelor’s degree in the IoT area.

Read more at FIU News.