You already know that business is your field, but you don't have to decide just yet which particular area of business will be your focus. With 11 majors to choose from in the Williams College of Business, you can take your time and sample a variety of the specialties that interest you as an undecided business major. That way, your final choice is more likely to be your best choice.
of Xavier graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within six months of graduation.
The Peer Leader Program helps new students like you discover success in your first year by helping you discover your own potential. Juniors and seniors serve as peer leaders for small groups of first-year students and become a resource, advocate and role model for new students.
Business students learn how to be ethical when making business decisions by joining the Learn 2 Lead Ethics and Service Program. Sophomores start learning about leadership by doing service, and juniors and seniors learn about ethical leadership by taking on leadership roles within the service program.
Internship opportunities are available in all of the College's majors. There are two types: an academic internship for credit, or an independent internship that's not for credit. Either way, most internships are paid, and all provide a way to integrate what's learned in the classroom in a real business setting.
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Fortune 500 companies in Cincinnati
Students were offered jobs before graduating
At Xavier, a great education comes with a supportive campus and a city full of opportunity. All students have access to a professional, executive mentor through our nationally known Mentor Program.
The Career Development Office says they need more mentors to sign up. They are especially short in these programs: Sports Management, Sports Marketing, Advertising, Graphic Design, Health Services Administration, Occupational Therapy and Nursing.
Williams College of Business Dean Tom Hayes spoke with the Cincinnati Business Courier about his first semester as dean, how he connects his students to Cincinnati's thriving business community and his goals for the future of the college.
Ryan Murphy visited the Career Development Office and talked with his mentor, Dan Link, for the first time. After that, everything began to fall into place. The Career Development Office brings together professionals and students to share career inspirations and professional development. Donating your time as a mentor is another way to give to Xavier.
Graduates of the Williams College of Business have gone onto work at
Ohio National Financial Services
Western & Southern