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The Master of Science in Accountancy program prepares students for careers as accountants. Find details about the MS in Accountancy at Xavier University, located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Measure, process and communicate financial information for companies and corporations.
Study economics, finance and statistics to graduate eligible for the nation's highest-paying jobs.
Prepare to become a competent, professional, beginning, secondary or pre K-12 school teacher.
Dive into the realm of creative brainstorming, digital media and market research.
Enter the field of chemical engineering through science, design, mathematics and technology.
Explore the universe on a large scale all the way down to the sub-atomic level.
Perfect your craft—whether it's printmaking, ceramics, photography or fiber arts.
Collaborate with other health care professionals to provide care for the entire person-not just the injury.
Prepare for leadership in the biotech industry.
Biology is the basis for many science-based careers from medicine to lab research.
Study biology, chemistry and physics and graduate ready to enter medical or dental school.
Explore principles in physics that describe patterns seen in biological systems.
Get immersed in leadership, team-building and strategy courses to prepare for an ever-changing business world.
Help businesses make better decisions through data analysis and statistical modeling.
Gain the knowledge, skills and networking needed to succeed in today's business world.
Combine knowledge of chemistry with a background in finance, analytics or education.
Study analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry.
Learn more about declaring the Classical Humanities major at Xavier.
Study Greek and Roman mythology, art and archaeology.
Play a significant role assisting the lives of individuals and communities with problems and concerns.
Provide psychological services in today's changing professional climate.
Bring people together through public speaking, internal communications and theory.
Gain an understanding of computer processes and algorithms.
Train to provide effective and efficient oversight in matters related to crime and justice.
Tap into the real-world excitement of law enforcement, crime scene investigation and constitutional law.
Help companies make data-led, customer-centric, problem-solving, business decisions.
Dive into the world of analytics, computer science, mathematics and statistics.
Master the art of visual storytelling.
Gain an in-depth understanding of social media platforms, technologies, content creation and digital design
Earn your MSN without a BSN.
Develop an understanding of micro and macroeconomics and economic policy.
Study how wealth, goods and services affect the world and its economies.
Learn to solve sustainability challenges in economic, social-impact and cultural settings.
Get the tools needed to lead a school or school district in a positive direction.
Discover how natural science and engineering come together.
Explore publishing, marketing, journalism and web content management.
Learn to use new ideas and innovations to solve problems.
Take steps toward solving environmental problems to help make the world a more sustainable place.
Learn more about declaring the Environmental Science with a Concentration in Environmental Management major at Xavier.
The 16-month EMBA for seasoned corporate executives immerses students in leadership, team-building and strategy.
A CAHME-accredited, nationally-ranked program preparing leaders in healthcare management.
Help people live healthier lives through exercise, rehabilitation and nutrition.
Choose the perfect career path by starting classes at Xavier before declaring a major.
A program designed to prepare registered nurses to become family nurse practitioners.
Discover the techniques for making effective financial decisions for indidivuals and companies.
A program designed for registered nurses to apply science and nursing to both civil and criminal investigation and legal matters.
Learn more about declaring the French major at Xavier.
Xavier's main campus MBA includes part-time MBA program enrollment and full-time MBA program enrollment. Nationally-known as one of the top Cincinnati MBA programs.
Examine privilege, peace, justice, identity and awareness in our modern world.
Master the German language through reading, writing and speaking.
Study art, technology and marketing to succeed as a creative designer.
Learn how to handle the critical jobs in information systems, finance and marketing for hospitals.
Study events, people and ideas of the past.
Study the past, or help young people finish high school fully prepared for college.
Gain a foundation in international business principles and practices within world trade and economies.
Discover new world views and learn to assess international trends.
Focus on the necessity and benefits of small-scale, sustainable and diversified food production.
Master the techniques it takes to guide a team to greatness.
Master the world of marketing, from sales and advertising to research and brand management.
A CAHME-accredited, nationally-ranked program preparing leaders in healthcare management.
This online, on-campus hybrid model program prepares students in the Jesuit tradition to be advanced practitioners of social work.
Formulate and solve problems, analyze data and create and analyze models of real-world phenomena.
Be prepared to make an immediate impact in the evolving business world.
Specialize in social studies, math, science or reading while developing the skills needed to teach grades 4-9.
Gain skills to address international economic issues and work in the global arena.
Learn to inspire and educate the future generation through hands-on-learning, self-directed play and collaboration.
Learn what it takes to be a Montessori educator.
Become scientific observers who can provide students with developmentally-appropriate environments.
Expose children to a wealth of literature from a broad and increasingly diverse variety of different cultures.
Explore music theory, music history, pedagogy, esthetics and music education.
Learn about the world of music production, from Garage Band to studio recording.
Graduate with the licensure needed to teach music for ages 3-21.
Study singing, dancing and performance.
Become a skilled, well trained nurse in a program that connects you to professionals across the city and nation.
A program designed to provide registered nurses with advanced-level preparation in the principles of nurse education.
This program integrates two degrees—the Master of Science in Nursing (Forensic Track) and the Master of Science in Criminal Justice.
Improve people's lives by using meaningful activity to address physical, emotional or educational needs,
Engage in the discussion of human nature, morality, technology and faith.
Explore politics, government and policy advocacy in this selective honors program.
Work in labs designed for experiments in electronics, holography, quantum optics, nuclear physics and more.
Learn firsthand about the practice of government and politics.
A population health-focused post-master's degree for registered nurses who want to be leaders in the healthcare field.
Develop the verbal, written and analytical skills needed to succeed in law school.
Learn a holistic approach to healthcare that's focused on a patient's overall health and wellness.
Combine the latest theories, practice and opportunities for curriculum development and application.
Gain the skills needed to shape the lives of children in preschool through fifth grade.
Gain a better understanding of human behavior.
Become a pro at event planning and communicating on behalf of companies.
Learn how to produce quality images of human tissues, organs, bones and vessels using imaging equipment.
Influence youth to become lifelong readers–and in turn–lifelong learners.
Gain the individual attention, community building, ethics and values it takes to work in a school setting.
Learn more about the undergraduate Secondary Education program at Xavier.
A learning-intensive cohort honors program for students declaring a major within the Williams College of Business.
Empower individuals and communities by connecting them with resources and advocating for social change.
Study social behavior, cultural diversity, inequality, and social change.
Get a passport to the world through reading, writing, speaking and experiencing the Spanish language.
On campus program. Prepare to become a competent, professional, beginning, secondary or pre K-12 school teacher.
Better serve and educate students with special needs.
Gain the skills needed to shape the lives of children in as an intervention specialist.
Develop leadership skills and prepare for success within the expanding sport industry.
Gain experience through organizing, budgeting and evaluating official sports organizations.
Explore the world of sport marketing, from PR to advertising, digital media and more.
Respect the diversity and multiculturalism of English language learners.
Become certified to teach science in grades 7-12.
Combine theatre classes with courses to receive your license to teach theatre to grades PK - 12.
Study performance, stagecraft, directing and writing.
Pursue personal enrichment and the grounding for a variety of Christian career options.
Embrace humanity's experience of God and discover how it's expressed through doctrines and rituals.
Students in this program complete the curriculum for their chosen major while taking extra honors courses and working closely with professors.
Xavier University Cybersecurity Program Receives National Attention
The National Security Agency (NSA) designated Xavier as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense for the University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Cybersecurity Concentration.
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We are Xavier Musketeers.
We are unique individuals who come together in the spirit of St. Ignatius,
to learn together, to serve together
and we will succeed in changing the world together.
We act with integrity, justice and generosity.
All for one and one for all.