You’ll be required to hold an undergraduate degree or postgraduate qualification in a science or relevant discipline.
It is preferred that prior to this course you will have completed the IOA Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control. However, if you do not hold the IOA Diploma but wish to complete the MSc in Applied Acoustics, please contact the university.
Months of entry
If you’re a professional acoustician, you can top up your existing qualifications to achieve a highly regarded masters degree – all by distance learning
- Study at a leading centre with over 30 years’ experience of delivering acoustics courses
- Boost your career prospects by gaining a recognised masters degree which will set you apart within the profession
- Build on your basic acoustics knowledge and gain the high-level skills to review different methods of noise assessment and control
- Adopt interdisciplinary approaches to solving acoustic problems and draw on real-world case studies
- Undertake work-based projects which are tailored to your current role and the needs of your employer
- Choose between full-time and part-time routes to the MSc and enjoy all the benefits and convenience of distance learning
- Learn from experienced acousticians renowned for their wide-ranging consultancy work and influential research
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Distance learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Dr John Pritchard