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- Sport Administration (MED)
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"The decision to press 'GO' was the hardest part. After that I hit the ground running and have never looked back. The Xavier brand speaks for itself- it's recognized both locally and nationally and allows you to get in and out in just two years."
Eric Banks, Class of 2013
Development Researcher, Procter & Gamble
Nursing at a Distance: Taking Health Care to the People
Renea Ball had confronted the challenges of rural health care in emergency rooms and area schools, but the school experience was, in some ways, more gut-wrenching. Like the third-grade boy who was labeled learning-disabled. As the school nurse, she discovered the real problem was medical—he had such serious ear problems that he was functionally deaf.
10 Ways Xavier Graduate Programs Work With You and Your Schedule
Our reputation for educational excellence and personal attention are just two of the reasons why Xavier is ranked a top 10 Midwest Masters University by U.S. News & World Report.
Montessori Teaching Grounds Cincinnati's Poet Laureate
Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate was a whiz-bang student from eastern Kentucky who left high school early to enroll at Antioch College’s campus in Beckley, W. Va. By the time Pauletta Hansel came to Xavier to study Montessori teaching, she was already writing poetry with the Southern Appalachian Writer’s Cooperative and working at a Montessori preschool. She says she's "still a Montessori teacher in a lot of ways."