A liberal arts education prepares you for the challenges of a changing and unpredictable world, equipping you with the skills to communicate, debate, solve problems and think critically. Here's a sampling of careers paths for music majors.
- Executive assistant, International Insurance Institute, Nashville, Tennessee
- Label manager, Fatherland Records, Nashville, Tennessee
- Composer, Zarathustra Music
- Civic orchestra music librarian, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago
- Assistant managing editor, Simon & Schuster, New York
- Director of jazz studies, New Jersey City University
- Teleprompter operator, Jimmy Kimmel Live!
- Associate professor, Ohio University
- Media director, Women's A Cappella Association
- President and CEO, Phoenix Symphony
- AIX & Linux engineer, WestRock, Chicago
- Director of choral activities, BB&N School, Brookline, Massachusetts
- Music professor, Grinnell College
- Self-employed musician/composer/producer, Beverly Hills, California
- Group manager, Marketing Strategy, Boston Scientific Corporation
- Principal QA software engineer, RStudio, Inc.
- Music and program director, Temple Israel, Dayton, Ohio
- Librarian, Library of Congress
- Director of marketing, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland
- Senior human resources, Business Partner, Ohio Health
- Professor of music theory, Utah State University
- Music teacher, Alexandria Virginia City Public Schools
- Conductor, Pro Musica Youth Chorus, Oak Park, Illinois