In a rapidly changing digital world, you never know what will be the next new thing. But you'll be ready. At Xavier, you'll master the art of visual storytelling and explore the latest in digital media production and technologies. You'll also use innovation and work with our award-winning faculty and staff. By the time you graduate, you'll be ready to share your stories with the world.
Placement rate meaning you'll find a great job
Xavier is among a select group of universities nationwide offering students the opportunity to work at an on-campus studio, which is both a teaching facility and a professional video production center. Learn how to use the equipment, create and manipulate graphics and even produce talk shows, news programs and short films.
Some of the best learning takes place outside the classroom-- especially in this city. Take advantage of faculty-mentored, for-credit internships or employment opportunities at some of Cincinnati's top media and marketing agencies.
Take courses that are relevant to the changing world around us. Aesthetics and Techniques of Post Production, Art of Film, and Field Production and Storytelling are three classes that will help you gain a better understanding of how to approach different real-world scenarios while reporting them.
Average size of classes
Xavier graduates across the globe
computer labs across campus
Hannah is a sophomore DIFT (Digital Innovation Film and Television) major with a minor in writing.
For Katie Ryan, Xavier's Electronic Media degree got her exactly where she wanted to be—producing live TV on the set of the 'Today Show'
Jack VanderToll used to want to be a vet. But when he came to Xavier, he fell in love with film, graduated in 2014 with a degree in Electronic Media and soon found himself thrust into a world over a continent away.
Graduates from programs within the School of Arts and Innovation have accepted challenging, rewarding jobs at top companies and organizations like
21C Hotel & Museum
Teach for America