There is increasing pressure to make life quieter and to gain a better understanding of how noise and vibration affect people. The Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) at the University of Southampton is renowned for its contributions to reducing noise and vibration in engineering applications and also for fundamental work on understanding how humans hear sounds and process this information. No prior knowledge of acoustics is required to take this programme, and you will cover aspects of engineering acoustics, structural dynamics, applied digital signal processing and human effects of sound and vibration. You have the possibility to specialise in one of the three pathways: Applied Digital Signal Processing; Engineering Acoustics; Structural Dynamics.
You have the possibility to specialise in one of the three pathways: Applied Digital Signal Processing; Engineering Acoustics; Structural Dynamics. Compulsory module: Research Methods Core module: MSc Research Project Typical Optional Modules: Signal Processing; Fundamentals of Acoustics; Fundamentals of Vibration; Musical Instrument Acoustics; Noise Control Engineering; Underwater Acoustics; Electroacoustics; Aeroacoustics; Architectural and Building Acoustics; Audio Engineering; Human Responses to Sound and Vibration; Advanced Vibration; Biomedical Application of Signal and Image Processing; Active Control; Applied Digital Signal Processing; Numerical Methods for Acoustics
Typical entry requirements for the programme are a good honours degree (typically at least an upper second class) in a relevant subject. However, applications are assessed individually, and any candidates who do not match the standard profile but who have appropriate academic qualifications and industry experience are encouraged to apply.Applicants whose first language is not English are required to have an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent.
Recipient: University of Southampton
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