Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Entertainment or Video Game Software Development

Industry: Entertainment or Video Game Software Development
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data 
$0$60K$120K$180K
bachelor of science (bs / bsc)$42,774 - $137,145  
   
bachelor of arts (BA)$42,726 - $125,007  
Master of science (ms)$55,462 - $134,701  
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)$40,079 - $116,748  
bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)$45,371 - $144,028  
BACHELOR's DEGREE$44,491 - $140,000  
Master of Computer Science (MCS)$55,149 - $150,718  
Master of Arts (MA)$49,493 - $104,646  
bachelor of engineering (beng / be)$65,436 - $177,799  
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)$58,175 - $153,193  
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)$35,745 - $151,701  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)$39,453 - $133,101  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Finance$101,246  
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering (BSEE)$114,647  
Master of BUsiness Administration (MBA)$118,541  
Associate of Arts (AA)$64,964  
Bachelor of Design (BDes)$58,000  
Bachelor of Technology (BT / BTech)$110,345  
Bachelor of Business (BB)$77,500  
Bachelor of Music (BMus / BM)$62,000  
Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)$55,000  
Master of Engineering (MEng / ME)$92,325  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Marketing$115,000  
Associate of science (as)$65,500  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business & Marketing$102,500  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Computer Science (CS)$74,056  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration$157,000  
bfa$68,000  
Master of Education (MEd)$56,000  
Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA)$93,350  
Currency: USD | Updated: 16 Sep 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 1,083 | About This Data

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