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Drive the next generation of audio technology with the help of this distinctive masters programme.Course descriptionDrive the next generation of audio technology with the help of this distinctive masters programme. Underpinned by pioneering research, excellent teaching and first-rate facilities, our MSc Audio Engineering equips you with the skills and knowledge valued most by employers in the rapidly changing and dynamic field of audio engineering.Hone your skills on a cutting-edge MSc
Drive the next generation of audio technology with the help of this distinctive masters programme.
Drive the next generation of audio technology with the help of this distinctive masters programme. Underpinned by pioneering research, excellent teaching and first-rate facilities, our MSc Audio Engineering equips you with the skills and knowledge valued most by employers in the rapidly changing and dynamic field of audio engineering.
Hone your skills on a cutting-edge MSc programme developed in consultation with industry leaders
Gain up-to-the-minute knowledge in areas which are central to the needs of the sector, including audio electronics, live sound reinforcement, surround sound systems and software engineering
Prepare for high-level careers in the industry: our graduates have gone on to work for world-leading firms such as d&b audiotechnik, Bowers & Wilkins, Holovis and MQA
Benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, ranging from 3D multichannel sound rooms to a hemi-anechoic chamber
Be inspired by experienced and supportive lecturers who are renowned in the field and whose research even featured on Blue Planet II
Engage in your own cutting-edge research, with the chance to contribute to publications and international conferences
Hear from top industry professionals through fascinating guest lectures and master classes
How you will learn
Our MSc programme has been developed in consultation with leading figures in the audio engineering industry. All teaching and learning exercises are focused on real-world applications. For some assignments, certain tasks require working with various individuals in the industry for guidance and mentorship.
Assessment involves a combination of coursework and examinations. Coursework entails individual and group assignments, all with a focus on real-world applications.
As a graduate of the MSc Audio Engineering, you will be ideally prepared to progress into rewarding careers within many fields of professional activity – or to advance an existing career if you are already employed.
You will find that high-calibre audio engineers are in demand in fields such as:
Electroacoustic engineering (loudspeakers, power amplifiers and so on)
Software engineering (digital signal processing, software development and so on)
The course is made up of three stages – Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and MSc.
Located in the heart of England, the University of Derby is a modern institution offering applied, research-informed teaching in high-quality, technically advanced facilities.
Whether you are progressing directly from undergraduate study, want to change your career, or pursue your passion for a subject you love, there are options to suit you. We cater for your personal circumstances, with full-time, part-time and online learning available in many subjects, as well as alternative January starts for some courses.
The city of Derby is a vibrant urban hub in the East Midlands, and is packed with activities and services ranging from culture to clubs, shopping to sport.