Compare 2 Master of Art Programs in Audio Engineering

Many individuals have the goal of earning a Master of Arts (MA). Considered a stepping stone to better careers or doctoral programs, master’s degrees typically take between one and three years to complete. In addition to coursework, most students will need to write a thesis or other type of research paper before graduation.

What is an MA in Audio Engineering? Students who show an interest in both the art and science of music often pursue this degree. Core courses begin with advanced recording, audio technology, digital audio analysis and critical listening. Individuals can then choose to focus on music recording and production and learn about specializations such as advanced concepts in audio mixing, or they can focus on computer music and learn about advanced sound synthesis, among other courses. Many colleges require each student to complete an elective such as an internship or independent study project.

Students who enter audio engineering postgraduate programs not only know about the basics of soundboards and audio control but also learn about acoustical engineering, digital audio usage and how to correctly use microphones. In addition to this kind of specified audio knowledge, critical thinking and active listening are important skills that can be useful both in and out of the job.

An audio engineering program will likely cost more the longer it is. In addition to program length, the school and its location are important factors as the price of education varies from country to country and school to school.

Sound is everywhere, which means a person who obtains a degree in audio engineering has a wide variety of career options. Some graduates may choose to stay in the music industry, using their skills to mix and produce music. Others may go on to assist with movie or television production or live shows. Still others might work on the audio for video games. From radio to movie sound effects, an audio engineer has options in private, public and nonprofit sectors.

Many students choose to learn online because of the ability to create a flexible schedule. Others prefer to learn in a physical college or university. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

2 Results in Audio Engineering Filter

MA in Audio Production

University of Westminster
Campus Full-time 1 year September 2019 United Kingdom London

This well-established master is the world-leading course in audio production, highly regarded both nationally and internationally. It is accredited by the leading industry bodies, including APRS, and is the JAMES National Regional Centre – London, an Apple-accredited training centre and a Skillset Media Academy.

MA in Sound and Visual Technology

University of Tartu
Campus Full-time 4 semesters September 2019 Estonia Tartu

The Sound and Visual Technology program gives you the opportunity to study two of the most engaging and rapidly developing fields in the arts and culture. You will choose either sound or visual technology as your main specialty, but you will also gain an in-depth working knowledge of the other field.