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Masters degrees in Acoustics equip postgraduates with the skills to detect, analyse and produce sound waves.
Related subjects include Applied Acoustics, Audio Acoustics, Environmental Acoustics and Electroacoustics. Entry requirements typically include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Physics or Engineering.
Acousticians are involved in practices and activities across a range of industries, including manufacturing, construction, architecture, telecommunications and engineering. Courses in Acoustics enable you to understand the ways in which humans respond to sounds, and how sound interacts with our environment.
You’ll be trained in the use of measurement, simulation and modelling technology to analyse and produce sounds, and assess their interactions with built and natural environments, equipment and industrial activities.
For example, you might investigate the ways in which mining, quarrying and urban planning impact local urban communities. Or, you may analyse how travel networks such as flight paths and motorways affect rural communities.
Acousticians can also assist in the development of new technologies. For instance, you could work in partnership with a retail company to improve the sound quality of consumer electronics. Alternatively, you might support health organisations in developing hearing aid technology.
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There is a growing need for engineers who can control and mitigate noise and its effects on our wellbeing. This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to work in environmental acoustics. Read more
Help to build a better sounding world. The creation, control, and delivery of high-quality audio, are important elements of the rapidly expanding communication, media and entertainment industries. Read more
Fascinated by the science of sound? Solent University’s applied acoustics masters programme can provide you with the skills and knowledge required to work in a range of acoustics fields. Read more
This MSc Environmental and Architectural Acoustics can be used as a conversion course for maths, physics, architecture, engineering or audio technology graduates. Read more
Awarded by the Institute of Acoustics, our course aims to equip you with a thorough understanding of the nature of noise and the ways in which it can be controlled in the environment, the workplace and in buildings. Read more
This international Master's Degree in Wave Physics is a two-year graduate program offered by the Institut d’Acoustique-Graduate School (IA-GS), within Le Mans University, France. Read more
The International Master's Degree in Electro acoustics (IMDEA) offers students the opportunity to learn the fundamentals in electro acoustics and in relating fields. Read more
New technologies are changing the way people experience sound and audio. With our specialist Audio Production postgraduate degree, you’ll gain practical, theoretical and creative experience of sound engineering, music production and audio technology. Read more
This programme pathway is identical to the campus-delivered radiation physics stream but is designed for students unable to travel to London because of their work duties or international location. Read more
The programme is co-organised by Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), offering students the possibility to obtain a double master's degree at the end of the programme. Read more
This course produces building services professionals, environmental design specialists, and low-carbon built environment practitioners who can design and construct buildings to reduce the environmental impacts of construction and meet environmental performance targets. Read more