In the Ozarks music program, students hone their abilities in vocal, piano, and/or organ performance through private lessons and participation in ensembles and studio classes. In addition, students also study written and aural theory, music history, and a myriad of other topics chosen to explore each student’sown unique interests in the field, which may include topics in church music, film music, literature, or conducting.
What can I do with a music major or minor? Depending on your interests and career goals, our music faculty will help you design an individualized program of study that will combine music with two other areas of study in our LENS program. You will graduate from Ozarks with a unique, well-rounded liberal arts degree, providing you with a multi-focused marketability that will appeal to potential employers and/or graduate programs. You may choose to pursue part-time or full-time employment or graduate studies in music performance, education, therapy, business, composition, church music, or musicology.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks President Richard Dunsworth, J.D., has been elected to the board of directors for the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU).
University of the Ozarks awarded 87 bachelor’s degrees to graduating seniors during its 183rd Commencement ceremony, held May 13, on the campus mall.
One of the core values of University of the Ozarks is “the service of all of creation,” and that driving principle was on full display during a recent mission trip to El Salvador by the student organization Rotaract.