At University of the Ozarks, you can earn any of the following degrees:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of General Studies
Bachelor of Arts degrees may be earned by students with majors in art, biology, business administration, communications, english, history, mathematics, music, political science, psychology of human behavior, religion and philosophy, sociology, or theatre.
Bachelor of Science degrees may be earned by students with majors in accounting, biology, business administration, business technology education, chemistry, composite science, early childhood education, economics, environmental studies, management, marketing, mathematics, middle-level education, physical education, political science, psychology, respiratory therapy, or social sciences.
Bachelor of General Studies degrees may be earned by students who wish to tailor their course of study to their own academic interests. There are no major or minor requirements, but all other degree requirements must be met. Of the 124 credit hours required for graduation, a minimum of forty must be upper-level with a C- or better grade.
Students with a degree from Ozarks who wish to obtain a second degree must complete twenty-four additional hours of work in residence and must satisfy all other requirements for the degree. Students with degrees from other institutions who wish to obtain a second degree from Ozarks must complete at least thirty hours in residence, of which at least eighteen must be at the upper level. In some cases, the chair of the division in which the second degree is being pursued will require work in addition to the requirements for the major. Students working toward a second degree are bound by the catalog in effect when they first began pursuit of the second degree. All students seeking a second degree must obtain permission from the Vice President for Academic Affairs.