University of Notre Dame Establishes Graduate Business Degree Pipeline With Xavier University

Xavier University of Louisiana, a historically Black university in New Orleans, has established a new pipeline program with the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.

The new partnership will provide four qualified students from Xavier University with guaranteed admission into a master’s degree program within the Mendoza College of Business.

Upon completion of their undergradaute degree, the admitted students from Xavier University will have their choice to enroll in one of five master of science degrees in accountancy, business analytics, finance, management, and nonprofit administration, respectively. All five degrees are one-year programs geared towards recent undergraduate students with limited or no work experience. The master’s degrees’ curricula includes both classroom instruction and experiential learning opportunities.

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