Schools geared toward audio engineering degrees are hard to come by in this state. That means relocation or online schooling are options that would have to be considered. Relocation isn’t generally an issue for first time college students, but for those who are already working in the field it may be an issue.
With a lower cost of living and higher rate of pay, Oklahoma might be a good state to look into if you have already achieved your educational goals.
Audio Engineering Schools for Oklahoma
Pioneering distance education since 1985, Liberty University is now the nation’s seventh largest university. With more than 300 online and residential areas of study, Liberty offers programs from the certificate to doctoral level.
- MA: Music Education
- MA in Worship Studies - Ethnomusicology
- MA Worship - Ethnomusicology
- Music Production, Bachelors of Science (Online)
- Entertainment Business, Master of Science (Online)
- Music Business, Bachelor of Science (Online)
Oklahoma State University
Department of Music
Stillwater, OK 74078
Oral Roberts University
7777 S. Lewis Ave
Tulsa, OK 74171
The Final Word on OK
The state of Oklahoma has a rich Native American history; it is home to Tahlequah, the Tribal Capital of the Cherokee Nation as well as Anadarko, the only authentic Native American city in the country.
In addition to its’ Native American history it is also home to the strongest softball organization, The Amateur Softball Association of America, which was founded in 1933.
The average cost of living in the state is nearly 8% lower than that of the national average. This means you may find goods and services a little cheaper than in other places in the country. The average annual salary of a worker is around $38,000, this is approximately $8,000 less than the national average.
However, an audio engineer living in the state brings home around $61,000 per year. This is of course dependent upon skill set, education, and experience.