Hi Johnsy, a career in Sound Engineering probably doesn't require an advanced degree if you want to work in a studio. The more you know about computer science and programming, the better off you'll be. Look for certified programs that give you a lot of hands on experience. If you are musically included, you'll have an advantage. Understanding music will be an asset. However, if you want to have a technical career in sound engineering i.e. designing audio equipment etc, then you would want to aim for a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering. All that being said, I received a BS degree in Audio Recording. the degree consists of 1/2 music classes and 1/2 Electrical Engineering classes. The Engineering classes open you up to a much wider choice of jobs.