Electronic Engineering and Music | Bachelor's degree | Engineering & Technology | On Campus | 3 years | Bangor University | United Kingdom
Students on this joint honours degree will spend half their time studying electronic engineering and half their time studying music. Electronic Engineering students will focus on aspects of electrical technology applicable in electronic music production including mathematics, circuit theory and design, programming languages and principles. Music students can choose from a wide range of modules, including, but not restricted to studies of media and popular music culture, recording and production techniques, the recording industry and undertaking creative music projects.
You will study the parts of Electronic Engineering that are most relevant to the music and media industry. How sound and visual arts are recorded, transmitted and played.
£2M investment in laboratory and teaching. We have a brand new teaching laboratory equipped with industry standard hardware.
The School covers a breadth of musical, intellectual and creative activity including musicology composition and performance. From Stravinsky to the Sex Pistols and beyond.
We use VHDL hardware description language as well as C, JAVA and MATLAB.
Integrated circuit design for analogue and digital electronics.
Employers value those who are able to work as part of a team. We therefore have a strong emphasis on team projects.
We also focus on design in order to bring together different aspects of learning as well as professional behaviour, ethics and standards as well as project management.
Undergraduate students use and work in a clean room and have full training in clean room protocol.