Michigan is a state committed to its citizens. Its government prides itself on making sure the people have what they need. In more recent history, the state is working to clean up and become more of a “green” place to live; tossing aside that old, dirty, industrial attitude with it.
When most of us think of Michigan, we think of things like Ford Motor Company, the Great Lakes, copper, and the Ford Museum. Michigan is changing though, in October they will hold their first ever coding competition (for mobile apps).
They are moving to a more technological role in our nation.
The average cost of living in Michigan is about 3.5% lower than that of the national average. This means you can expect things to cost around the same amount there as they do in other states.
Like most states with a lower cost of living, the average annual income is also lower, averaging around $44,000 a year.
However, an audio engineer living and working in Michigan can expect an average annual salary of around $77,000 a year. In comparison to some other states, that number is astounding in comparison to the average for the state.
Michigan Audio Engineering Schools
- 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.
University of Michigan, School of Music
1100 Baits Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive, 209 Walker
Houghton, MI 49931
Not in Michigan?
This list contains ‘on-campus’ schools in Michigan. If you aren’t local and aren’t able to relocate, you have other options.
Schooling is an ever present thought for those thinking of going into audio engineering or those who just want to obtain a higher degree and are already working in the field.
Michigan does not have many schools for audio engineering. This could prove to be inconvenient for those wishing to attend school close to home, or those already working in the field that do not have time to commute.