Roughly 24 students graduated with a degree in Film, Video & Photographic Arts from 1 degree programs available in Oklahoma.
In the U.S., the usual price of a Film, Video & Photographic Arts degree is $165,308.
Early career salaries of $36,487 and mid-career salaries of $62,209 are normal for a graduate with a Film, Video & Photographic Arts degree. Check out the very best Film, Video & Photographic Arts degree programs inside the state.
Next you'll find the very best universities and colleges in Oklahoma for studying Film, Video & Photographic Arts. Our ranking methodology includes only Oklahoma colleges and universities and ranks them according to things like graduate salaries, accreditation, educational quality, and more.
Any student pursuing a degree in Film, Video & Photographic Arts has to take a look at University of Oklahoma Norman Campus. Students who graduate from the film program make about $42,933 in the first five years of their career and $66,248 after their first five years of their career. With more than 20,000 students, this institution is one of the biggest schools in the U.S..
At least 82.0% of the teachers at University of Oklahoma have full-time hours, so they have ample time to work with their students. In America, only 36.0% of students graduate in four years. University of Oklahoma is way ahead of the pack on that mark with 38.1% of students finishing on time. Take a deeper dive and find out just how well University of Oklahoma ranks in other categories.