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In September 2019, as part of its ongoing commitment to high-level education within the creative arts and technology sectors, the School of Arts & Humanities will welcome its first group of students to the new BSc (Hons) Music, Sound and Technology programme.

Music, Sound and Technology

Music, Sound and Technology

In September 2019, as part of its ongoing commitment to high-level education within the creative arts and technology sectors, the School of Arts & Humanities will welcome its first group of students to the new BSc (Hons) Music, Sound and Technology programme.

In September 2019, as part of its ongoing commitment to high-level education within the creative arts and technology sectors, the School of Arts & Humanities will welcome its first group of students to the new BSc (Hons) Music, Sound and Technology programme.

Music, Sound and Technology is an interdisciplinary programme exploring how sound can be created and manipulated to create contemporary, audio-driven, user experiences through the combination of digital composition, technology and performance. The degree will appeal to people with an interest in music or audio while also remaining relevant to the industrial context, specifically, the creative industries. The practice focused course will provide a range of creative and technical skills and accompanying theoretical knowledge in areas such as: music/audio production, sound design and sound for TV/film/games, hardware/software development, and creative business.

The School of Arts & Humanities would like to invite you to come and meet the course team, view the facilities, and discuss the course aims.

For further information please see the course prospectus.

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MU210, MU building

Greg O'Hanlon

g.ohanlon@ulster.ac.uk

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