Faculty: FEKTAbbreviation: AUDIO-PUAcad. year: 2016/2017
Type of study programme: Master's
Kód studijního programu: N3961
Udělovaný akademický titul: Ing.
Specific admission requirements
The condition for admitting is a completed secondary education and passing the talent examination and written examination from the field of the audio engineering.
Key learning outcomes
Students acquire the necessary knowledge of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, acoustics, music theory, orchestration, studio equipment and studio practice as well as the basic language skills. As BSc graduates they can work as professionals in broadcasting, post-production and recording studios, theatres, in the staging musical performances, multimedia production, in companies engaged in the production, sale and service of audio and music electronics, in companies engaged in the design of studios and space for audio production, with complex installation and technology, etc. The education provides a good basis for starting a scientific career in potential doctoral studies. With a sufficiently wide basis, a high adaptability of graduates is ensured in the specific requirements of their future professional practice, not only in the field of audio engineering, but also in sound and music directing area, or in the field of multimedia, electrical engineering and electronics.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
The graduate will possess detailed knowledge in the field of audio signal processing, multimedia, spatial sound and modern audio technologies and knowledge of and its utilization in the studio practice, multimedia installations, etc. The area of the knowledge extends from the range of sound waves and audio signals through their analogue and digital processing, compression and transmission to design and realization of audio systems, from musical theory through recording practice to sound and multimedia installations. He is familiar with the principle of room acoustics and sound reinforcement using modern sound systems.
Access to further studies
The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading
diploma thesis, final state examination
Mode of study
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