Employers are increasingly ranking diversity fluency as an essential part of organizational values. Join the conversation about social change and examine privilege, peace, justice, identity and awareness in our modern world. Leave Xavier ready for graduate school or a career in business, government, health, social services or education.
of Xavier graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within six months of graduation.
Take courses in every college on campus. Study social theory and diversity in American culture as well as in a global context. Electives include art, communications, economics, history, sociology and theology.
While many graduates with concentrations in gender and diversity studies regularly enter graduate and professional schools, others work in business, government, health, social services, museums and schools.
Small class sizes allow you to ask the right questions and get the attention you need to succeed and learn. On top of that, our Career Development mentoring program will connect you with a Cincinnati-based professional in your field.
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Our students leave Xavier ready to enter the job market. Here's a snapshot of our graduates and where they are now.
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