PHYS 2405 Introduction to Speech Acoustics

A laboratory course that introduces the nature of sound produced by the spoken human voice and the aural perceptions of sound and speech. The course will cover vibrations, wave phenomena, sound generation and propagation, the nature of hearing, room acoustics, and the    analysis of sound. This analysis and sound production of the spoken voice will be of particular emphasis. The course may not be used to satisfy the degree requirements of science majors or minors.  Prerequisite:  MATH 1320. Fall (even)




MATH 1310 or MATH 1301

Session Cycle Description

Spring Session