Master Applied Biomedical Science Part Time - Máster en Ciencias Biomédicas Aplicadas
If you’re a professional acoustician and would like to build on your existing knowledge, this course is for you.
Our academic staff are friendly, supportive and approachable. They’re all experienced acousticians, and most are full and active members of the Institute of Acoustics.
Prior to this course, you will have completed the IOA Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control. You will enter the MSc at the masters stage – your study will involve the completion of a research-based investigation, which can be practical or desktop based, and will cumulate with the submission of a thesis. This study can be work-based and can therefore be of benefit to both you and your employer. For work-based investigations, we will liaise with you and your employer to ensure you achieve the academic goals required for an MSc award. The study will normally take one year to complete.
You´ll normally need an honours degree or postgraduate qualification in a science or relevant discipline. It doesn´t necessarily need to be in the acoustics area.
You’ll take this module:
Independent Scholarly Activity
This module is worth 60 credits towards the final award. You’ll complete a research based investigation, either of a practical nature or a desk top review, into an acoustical topic of your choice. Throughout the module you’ll be supervised and supported by an experienced academic advisor.
Most students studying this MSc programme are already in work, so the MSc will enhance your career prospects and bring you up to date with the latest issues facing today´s acousticians.
There´s currently a shortage of noise consultants in the UK. As this course provides you with an opportunity to both enhance your skills as an acoustician and gain an MSc, you´ll be in an excellent position to move ahead in your career.