Equipping acoustic design engineers and researchers with a keen sound aesthetic and an advanced knowledge of sound
In the first two years of the course, students take classes in basic science and design literacy as well as core program subjects in the fields of art, science, and technology as they relate to sound. Following this, students acquire an aesthetic sense for sound as well as the expertise required from professionals in the fields of sound culture, acoustic environmental engineering, and acoustic information science. Students acquire the ability to apply to solve problems comprehensively by taking interdisciplinary classes outside of the course as well. In their fourth year, students write a bachelor’s thesis on a theme related to music, media art, sound design, physical acoustics, sound environment, hearing, or audio information processing.