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Students
Tuition Fee
USD 21,576
Per course
Start Date
Not Available
Medium of studying
On campus
Duration
0 months
Program Facts
Program Details
Degree
Courses
Major
Media Studies
Minor
Audiovisual Communications Technologies
Education type
On campus
Timing
Full time
Course Language
English
Tuition Fee
Average International Tuition Fee
USD 21,576
Intakes
Program start dateApplication deadline
2023-09-18-
2023-05-02-
2023-09-262023-07-17
2024-01-16-
About Program

Program Overview


Course overview





This course offers a practical and analytical approach to writing music to the moving image and, covers the specific challenges involved in composing and producing music for film and TV.

To avoid disappointment, please book your place on the course 72 hours prior to its commencement.

Through theoretical and practical classes, you will develop a solid understanding of how music works in a film and how to create it.

The course is designed for students who have experience composing music using software (e.g. Logic, Cubase, Ableton, Sibelius). You will be supported throughout the compositional and technical processes of the class's assignments, and will learn the practical and theoretical aspects of creating film music.





Program Outline

Course content


  • Structural Mechanics & Materials 1

    This class provides a basic introduction to the mechanics of structures, engineering materials, and the basic principles of structural behaviour.

    Civil Engineering Design Projects

    This class provides an introduction to the design process for civil and structural engineering projects including an introduction to engineering drawing and AutoCad. You'll apply the skills and knowledge learned in this class and CL111 to design, construct and test a model of a bridge.

    Basic Mechanics & Fluid Statics

    The class introduces the essential principles of mechanics. It includes kinematics, dynamics and fluid statics. The aim is to lay the foundation for subsequent modules including hydraulics and water engineering.

    Engineering Geology & Soil Mechanics

    This class aims to introduce key aspects for engineering geology for civil engineering and basic concepts of soil mechanics.

    Civil Engineering & the Environment

    This class aims to introduce you to the structure, processes, technologies, practices and impacts of the construction industry and to the assessment and management of environmental risks.


    Structural Mechanics & Materials 2

    To class aims to introduce you to advanced topics in structural engineering and limit state design.


    Land Surveying & Mapping

    This class provides a basic understanding of the concepts and application of land surveying for civil engineering purposes and the use of maps and plans in civil engineering.

    Hydraulics & Hydrology

    This class aims to develop understanding of applied hydraulics in civil engineering including simple examples of pipe and open channel flow and control structures and develop an understanding of the processes underlying catchment hydrology.

    Soil Mechanics

    This class aims to aims to give an introduction to the governing principles of geotechnical engineering, in particular stress and settlement analysis and groundwater flow.

    Chemistry & Materials Science

    This class aims to provide practical insights to fundamental chemistry and materials science and their roles in a wide range of civil and environmental engineering applications.


    Structural Engineering 1

    This class develops the theory and practice of analysis of statically indeterminate structures followed by an introduction to structural steelwork design, reinforced concrete design and the principles of structural timber design.

    Geotechnical Engineering 1

    This class aims to aims to give an introduction to the governing principles of geotechnical design at the ultimate limit state.

    Water Engineering 1

    This class aims to introduce common concepts, applications and design calculation methods used in water engineering and hydrology.

    Construction Project Management

    Provides an introduction to:

  • the principles of management within construction organizations
  • the principles of project management within the construction industry
  • financial monitoring & control of projects and businesses within the construction industry
  • economic principles underlying decision making by firms in the construction industry
  • construction innovation and competitiveness
  • personal & professional development

  • Environmental Engineering

    This class aims to provide an introduction to environmental engineering including air, water, ground and subsurface systems as well as environmental impact assessment.

    Engineering Mathematics

    This class aims to aims to give an introduction to differential and integral calculus, differential equations, and statistics and probability and develop applications relevant to civil and environmental engineering.

    Transport Engineering

    This class aims to introduce you to key principles, theory and techniques used in the analysis and design of transport systems.


    Geotechnical Engineering 2

    This class aims to cover the design of geotechnical structures from shallow foundations to slopes and retaining walls, based on Eurocode 7.

    Water Engineering 2

    This class aims to develop an understanding of a wide range of water engineering theory and processes including hydraulic structures, complex free surface flows, water treatment and wastewater treatment processes.

    Solid Waste Management and Contaminated Land

    This class aims to develop a critical understanding of the process involved with management of primarily municipal solid waste and provides an insight into the remediation of contaminated land.

    Individual Project

    This class aims to undertake an individual research investigation, including a literature study, critical assessments and original research work, which is presented in the form of a dissertation and poster.

    Project Planning

    This class aims to provide you with experience of planning and managing small-scale projects.

    Learning & teaching

    Our learning and teaching aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to build a successful career as an engineer.

    Our teaching methods include:

  • lectures
  • tutorials
  • student-led seminars
  • group projects
  • laboratory work
  • fieldwork
  • Our courses also benefit from specialist lectures, case studies and supervision, which is provided by representatives of our industrial partners.


    Assessment

    We assess students individually and in groups, using a mix of methods ranging from class exams, coursework, laboratory reports and design submissions. Engineers are expected to be able to communicate well – orally, in writing and through drawing/sketching. Our assessment, therefore, seeks to test this range of skills.


    We've been awarded the Athena Swan Gold Award for our work supporting women in engineering.

    More reasons to study at Strathclyde


    Glasgow is Scotland's biggest & most cosmopolitan city

    Our campus is based right in the very heart of Glasgow. National Geographic named Glasgow as one of its 'Best of the World' destinations, while Rough Guide readers have voted Glasgow the world’s friendliest city!

    And Time Out named Glasgow in the top ten best cities in the world

    - we couldn't agree more!

    We're in the city centre, next to the Merchant City, both of which are great locations for sightseeing, shopping and socialising alongside your studies.

    Find out what some of our students think about studying in Glasgow!

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    Careers

    Our graduates’ ability to fit quickly and productively into teams in industry makes them highly employable. Many graduates work not only in civil engineering and construction but also in areas such as oil and gas, renewable energy, business and accountancy.

    Some of our graduates also continue into postgraduate research.


    How much will I earn?

    £25,000 is the average salary of our graduates six months after completing the course. The typical salary range is £23,000 to £30,000.*

    Recent job titles include:

  • Civil Engineer
  • Graduate Engineer
  • Management Graduate Trainee
  • Structural Engineer
  • Surveyor
  • Recent employers include:

  • Graham Construction
  • Halcrow
  • Scottish Water
  • BAE Systems
  • AMEC
  • Luddon
  • Fairhurst
  • Ideas Engineering
  • *Information is intended only as a guide.


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