To declare an Acoustics major, you must complete Calculus I (or enter with equivalent college credit) and plan to take rigorous advanced math and engineering courses throughout your studies. You’ll begin with core courses in electronics, audio systems, and the science of acoustics. You’ll also sample the key subfields of Acoustics: architectural and environmental. Along the way, you’ll work in our dedicated test labs with a close cohort of peers in classes with small student-to-teacher ratios. We’ll encourage you to kick-start your career by joining the Acoustical Society of America, shadowing senior-level students and attending professional conferences.