The programme looks at a wide range of audio and new technologies and provides the opportunity to design and develop audio applications and systems.
GCU has an excellent reputation for teaching audio technology and continues to undertake exciting technical and education research in this area which feeds into the programme.
GCU’s specialist audio facilities have a range of industry-standard equipment and software, providing a stimulating environment for study and experimentation.
The programme is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) as well as the Joint Audio Media Education Support (JAMES) group. Students also benefit from guest lectures by industry experts.
2021 entry requirements
Standard entry: 4 Highers at BBBC including Maths and one from Engineering Science, Music Technology or Physics plus National 5 English.
Widening access entry: 4 Highers at BCCC including Maths and one from Engineering Science, Music Technology or Physics plus National 5 English.
Graduates from this programme can now be found in many parts of the audio and multimedia industries including broadcasting, sound engineering, development and multimedia development. In addition, many use their skills to secure employment in industries such as Computing, New Media, Games and Web Design industries.
School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Electrical and Electronic Engineering