Xavier hosts information sessions for graduate programs in nursing, education, counseling, business

The sessions take place in March on campus and at one off-site location | March 6, 2009

Prospective students considering earning masters’ degrees in nursing, education, counseling and business are invited to attend information sessions in March to meet with Xavier faculty and learn more about the University’s graduate programs.

Xavier offers many options for financial assistance for graduate course work including graduate assistantship positions, graduate study grants, tuition payment plans, federal student loans and grants, employer reimbursement and other outside sources. For more information about all graduate programs at Xavier, visit www.xavier.edu/graduate-admission.

Master of Business Administration You are invited to come to the March MBA information sessions, where you will find answers to your questions about admission, curriculum and financing for all of the MBA programs offered at Xavier. The sessions take place on Saturday, March 21, at 10:30 a.m. on the main campus in the Cintas Center, and on Tuesday, March 24, at 6:00 p.m. on the main campus in Hailstones Hall.
Please visit www.xavier.edu/williams/mba/event-registration to make a reservation. If you are unable to attend an open house, you are welcome to make an individual appointment with an MBA advisor by calling 513-745-3525.

Graduate programs in education and counseling
Xavier’s Office of Graduate Services is offering an information session for its Master of Education and Master of Arts in counseling graduate programs on Tuesday, March 10, from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. in the Schiff Family Conference Center on Xavier’s campus.

Xavier offers a Master of Education in administration, elementary education, Montessori education, multicultural literature for children, reading, secondary education, special education, sport administration, and the Master of Arts in school counseling or community counseling. For the convenience of students, Xavier now offers some M.Ed. classes off-site at Wilmington High School, Covington Catholic High School, Glen Este High School, Oak Hills High School and Middletown Fenwick High School.

For more information and to register, please visit www.xavier.edu/education.

Graduate programs in nursing The School of Nursing is offering information sessions about its graduate nursing programs on Wednesday, March 11, from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. in the Schiff Family Conference Center at the Cintas Center on campus.

One of the sessions is for registered nurses who are interested in obtaining the Master of Science in Nursing. Another session is for people who hold a  bachelor's degree in another discipline and want to enter the nursing profession. The Master of Science in Nursing: Direct Entry as a Second Degree (MIDAS program) is a 20-month program of full-time study that imbeds the new clinical nurse leader (CNL) role.

The School of Nursing’s MSN program offers concentrations in administration, clinical nurse leader, education, health care law, school nursing and three dual degrees–the MSN/MBA, the MSN/MEd and the MSN/MSCJ (criminal justice).

For more information and to register, please call 513-745-4392. For more information on nursing at Xavier, visit http://www.xavier.edu/nursing.