Audio Engineering Schools in Massachusetts

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For those who have not yet obtained their degree in audio engineering, Massachusetts has a plethora of schools to choose from.

That combined with the fact that Massachusetts is a relatively small state, you probably won’t have to move far from home to find a decent college for pursuing your degree. The same is true for someone who is already working in the field.

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Audio Engineering Schools for Massachusetts

The Art Institutes

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Programs:

  • Audio Production (BS)

Your creativity is a big part of who you are and where you’re going. To take it, and your future, as far as you want, you need an education that’s focused on developing your talents and putting you on the path toward the creative career that stirs your imagination.

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New England Institute of Technology

New England Institute of Technology
Programs:

  • Bachelor of Science in Digital Recording Arts Technology

New England Institute of Technology is a private, non-profit, co-educational technical college offering over 30 Associate in Science, Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree programs.

As a leader in Technical Career Education in southern New England, New England Tech is committed to providing hands-on technological programs that prepare graduates for positions of leadership in the technical, industrial, business, and allied health communities. Most of our associate degree programs can be completed in as little as 18 months, and bachelor’s degree programs in as little as three years.

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Berklee College of Music

1140 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215 United States Tel: +1 617 747 2058

The Music Production and Engineering Major program at Berklee College of Music will allow you to work in a real world environment. This is a four year degree program where you will learn how to record, edit, mix, live and electronic music using both analog and digital audio systems.

Learning both types of systems can help you become more adaptive in future jobs and careers. In addition to learning how to use equipment and software, you will have the opportunity to complete a creative project, wherein you will need to come up with an idea and deliver the finished project.

You will be able to experience what it is like to work in various positions in the music production industry from production to engineering. For more information on the software you will be working with, it is advised that you contact an academic advisor at the college.

The best thing about obtaining your degree is that if you decide to change fields, it will cost you much less because you won’t have to take nearly as many pre-requisites. [*]


Bay State College

122 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
United States
Tel: (617) 217-9000


Parsons Center for Audio Studies

192 Worcester Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
United States
Tel: 781-431-8708, x11
Fax: 781-431-8783


Future Media Concepts – Boston

43 Thorndike St. Cambridge, MA 02141 United States Tel: 617.621.1155

Future Media Concepts helps students learn in a unique environment that is fast tracked to help you get the education you need quickly and efficiently. As a student you can choose which classes you want to take, without all of the pre-requisites of a normal university.

Unlike a normal university, classes taken through Future Media Concepts only last 2-6 days; unfortunately, tuition is about the same as a university. Here you can receive training in Adobe Audition, Apple Logic Pro, as well as Avid ProTools. Although program structure is quite different, they do offer class packages for Apple Logic Pro and Avid ProTools that include anywhere from 2 to 5 courses.

Classes are taught by instructors who are certified in the courses they teach, many of which are certified in several different courses. In addition to classes, there are also several learning events hosted throughout the year. [*]


The Last Word

The commonwealth of Massachusetts is located in the New England territory of the United States. It is best known for the JKF Library, the Salem witch trials, and Harvard, the oldest college in the United States.

It is one of the smallest states in the country, but 3rd in line for most densely populated. Interestingly enough, 2/3rd’s of Massachusetts residents live in the Boston area.

Higher Average Salary in Mass.

Boston has a higher average cost of living than many states; the cost of living there is about 9% higher than the national average. Fortunately for the residents of Massachusetts, the average annual salary of workers there is commensurate with the cost of living.

Audio Engineering Schools in Massachusetts

The average annual salary for workers is approximately $58,000 a year, almost $11,000 higher than the national average.

An audio engineer in the state can make upwards of around $88,000 a year. That’s $30,000 more a year than the average citizen.

The Last Word

Overall, for anyone in or wanting to go into the audio engineering field; Massachusetts looks like a good alternative.

The salary is higher than both the national and local averages and there are plenty of schools in the area.