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MPhil in Music and Media Technology

This programme provides exposure to the broad spectrum of music technology related subjects ranging from computer music and digital media, through to audio engineering and production. The primary objective of the course is to encourage creative musical and audio activities through the medium of digital technologies. See the Music and Media Technology website for more information.

MSc in Electronic Information Engineering (with Strand in Computational Engineering)

This is a taught masters course which aims to equip graduates with a deep knowledge and understanding of the design tools for modern computational products and systems. Graduates specialise in fundamental theory and applications relating to the generation, distribution, analysis and use of information in engineering and science. Students may select from a number of 5th year MAI and MSc level courses to attain the credits sufficient for the award.

MSc or PhD by Research

There are always opportunities for postgraduate research students in the Department within several thematic areas of active research. Students interested in pursuing a higher degree by research should study the information on the Research page and identify members of the academic staff working in an area of interest to them. They should then contact the member of staff directly, preferably by e-mail (addresses are given on the Staff page), attaching a detailed CV and academic record. If a project of interest is agreed with a member of staff then an application for postgraduate studies can be made to Trinity College.