Bringing people together in ethical and engaging ways is anything but easy. It requires a creative person who knows the ins and outs of digital media and can deliver a strategic communications plan. At Xavier, you'll learn this and more when you connect with community partners to produce work that has real-world implications.
of Xavier Communications Studies graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within 6 months of graduation.
The internet isn't just static, informational webpages. It's communication between people. We share YouTube videos with friends, and we Skype into work meetings. At Xavier, you'll learn how communities exist solely online, how friendships are enhanced with social media, and how to lead video-conferences at work.
At Xavier, you don't have to wait until you graduate to get work experience. Our internship program helps get you connected with top employers right away. In fact, we often have more available internships than interns! By doing an internship for academic credit, you connect your academic classes with the kind of work you'll be doing after graduation..
Students intern in places like Kroger, Procter & Gamble and Macy's, connecting with marketing professionals from Cincinnati's 10 Fortune 500 companies. Not only will you gain real-world experience, you'll make a difference for real clients.
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It’s been almost a year since I’ve seen my insect friend the Mydas Fly. I kind of miss him. Or her. I never really knew. But when I worked hot summer days in the vegetable garden at the Civic Garden Center, it was almost comforting to see that curious spot of life while I did my chores.
When Jack Carey graduates this semester, he will leave behind a legacy ranging from a hot dog business to a series of successful sports videos.
Graduates of our Communications Arts department go on to work for top companies like
Procter & Gamble
Fifth Third Bank