Students majoring in music can work in the field in a variety of ways:
- music administration
- worship choir director or music pastor
- education (through licensure)
Those who choose a career in another profession invariably find that the creativity, critical thought, and organizational skills they developed through the music program at the University of Minnesota, Morris prove essential to their success.
For students wishing to pursue further studies in music, graduate school offers many options that can build on the Morris experience and lead to careers in professional performance or collegiate education. Areas of advanced work include:
- instrumental performance specialization
- music cognition (interdisciplinary)
- music theory
- music therapy (interdisciplinary)
- musicology/music history
- vocal performance specialization
At the University of Minnesota, Morris, we are proud of all our music alumni, whether they majored in the field or made music a part of their undergraduate experience while studying in other disciplines. We look forward to seeing you again at our annual Homecoming festivities where, each fall, alumni and current students join together to make music for the campus and community.