Master of Science Degrees in Acoustical Engineering

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Acoustical Engineering

The MSc, or Master of Science, is a popular Master’s degree designation. Internationally recognized, the MSc is typically awarded after about five to six years of rigorous study in what is usually a science-based field.

Graduates of an audio engineering program possess knowledge about the manipulation, recording, reproduction and mixing of sound. Many audio engineers find employment as sound producers for niches in the film, television, radio and music industry or work as developers of innovative audio devices and technologies for companies marketing acoustical engineering products.

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Master of Science in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences - Acoustics and Audio Technology

Aalto University
Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 Finland Espoo Helsinki Pori Mikkeli + 3 more

The major in Acoustics and Audio Technology gives fundamental knowledge about acoustical phenomena, human hearing, and audio technologies, and also facilitates the students to apply the knowledge in practice. Acoustics and Audio Technology is one of the eight majors offered in the Master's Programme in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences (CCIS). [+]

The major in Acoustics and Audio Technology gives fundamental knowledge about acoustical phenomena, human hearing, and audio technologies, and also facilitates students to apply this knowledge in practice. Acoustics and Audio Technology is one of the eight majors offered in the Master's Programme in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences (CCIS).

The goal of the major is that students can use their learning outcome flexibly in different tasks in industry and in academia. For example, students should know why and how modern lossy audio codecs (mp3, AAC) work or they should be able to measure, understand the perceptual aspects, and design the acoustics of a classroom or a noise barrier. Some exemplary fields where the students are expected to be competent are sound recording and reproduction, audio coding, music technology, acoustic measurements, active noise cancellation, audio signal processing, room and building acoustics, and environmental noise.... [-]