The University of the Ozarks has every type of major a person could want. There are even pre-professional programs in engineering, law, medical sciences, and pharmacy. The most prominent majors on campus include biology, business, and education, while some of the less popular majors are history, music, and sociology. The University of the Ozarks was featured by "The Chronicle of Higher Education" in 2010 as one of the 30 “Great Colleges to Work For." Aside from being a great place to work for, it's also a great place for challenging yourself. Every year, the University competes in Phi Beta Lambda competitions against larger state schools and always comes out on top. The little college makes a big name for itself.
All courses offered are rigorous and challenge the students to their full potential. The grading system ranges from A+, A-, B+, B-, and so on. Every professor on campus is active in responding to students’ questions and regularly checks his or her email to see if students have turned in assignments or have any last-minute comments about a test. The communication between faculty and students is absolutely amazing. Scheduling is always tricky, but teachers assist students in figuring out the best classes to help them graduate on time.