MSc/PgDip Audio Acoustics
- Part-time study available
- Distance Learning
- International students can apply
- Duration :
MSc one year full-time or two to four years part-time/distance learning
PgDip nine months full-time or eighteen months part-time
3 good reasons to study Audio Acoustics at Salford:
- An in-depth analytical treatment of acoustic engineering as used in audio industry and research
- You are taught by world-class audio engineering researchers and acoustic practitioners with international links and impact
- Strong and long-standing connections with industrial partners across Europe which inform course content, create collaborative MSc summer project opportunities, and drive graduate recruitment.
The generation, manipulation and reproduction of high quality audio signals are core elements of the rapidly expanding communication, entertainment and sound engineering industry. This course aims to train graduates in the acoustic aspects of audio such as digital signal processing, microphone and loudspeaker design, architectural acoustics and sound reproduction.
Why study Audio Acoustics at the University of Salford?
- The MSc teaching team has strength and breadth and extensive research and consultancy experience
- The Acoustics Research Centre is the lead partner in the BBC Audio Research Partnership working closely with BBC R&D at MediaCityUK
- We work closely with industry keeping our teaching up to date, addressing the current needs of industry and improving your employability.
The course is accredited by the Institute of Acoustics which provides external validation of the course quality.