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Graduate Certificate in Sonic Arts

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  • Objectives
    The Graduate Certificate in Sonic Arts gives you an opportunity both to learn new skills and refine and develop your existing techniques, broaden and deepen your practice and extend your critical awareness of trends and issues in contemporary Sonic Arts practice. The course offers you a framework within which you are able to evaluate and situate your own work while extending your portfolio of creative and academic work with a view to progressing on to masters level postgraduate study or to updating and refining your creative practice.
  • Entry requirements
    The course is designed for those with a background in producing sound based work within a broad context of creative media
  • Academic Title
    Graduate Certificate in Sonic Arts
  • Course description
    Structure

    The Course has three main components:

    Sonic Arts Practice
    To develop and extend your critical awareness of trends and issues in contemporary sonic Arts practice

    Sonic Arts Project
    To enable you to conceptualise, research, develop and present a piece of personal creative work

    Electives
    To enable you to learn new skills and refine and develop your existing skills in areas including: electro-acoustic music and composition sound and space phonography and field recording introduction to interactivity and studio recording, mixing and mastering.

    Students on the course will join other students in the department for our ongoing programme of visiting performers and speakers. All staff members in the department are highly research active and we are keen for our Graduate Certificate students to join us in building up a practice research base in Sonic Arts.

    Career Prospects

    Students will want to develop both their research profile and creative practice. Upon graduation they may want to seek employment in their chosen area of specialism (this could be in one of a number of areas including theatre, film, television, animation, internet, games etc), continue working as a freelance sound artists/musician in a chosen area (which could include performance, composition, sound art installation or curation) or set up their own business.

    Entry Requirements

    The course is primarily intended for those with an EDEXCEL/BTEC Higher National Diploma, a degree or a professional qualification gained by examination.  Non-graduates may be considered if suitably skilled and experienced.

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