Acoustics is a multidisciplinary field – a wide range of companies employ acousticians in different roles. Examples of career destinations include: acoustic consultant, acoustic engineer, audio system designer, recording studio and concert hall designer, environmental health officer, environmental consultant, audio engineer, health and safety officer, building control officer.
Key industries which employ acousticians include mechanical engineering and manufacturing, construction, architecture, local authorities, automotive engineering, aerospace engineering, maritime/naval engineering, civil engineering, audio systems design and electroacoustics, computing, telecommunications.
The growing field of acoustics offers significant opportunities, with high demand for appropriately qualified staff into graduate positions. Widely recognised as the leading specialist qualification in acoustics, this diploma offers a significant career advantage.
If you are interested in taking your acoustics studies to master’s level, the diploma is also recognised by a number of UK universities as counting towards the award of MSc degrees.