DEGREE CREDIT

Grizzly bear track in the Teton Wilderness (XE photo)

Xavier Undergraduate Degree/Credit Chart

Xavier University's core curriculum is borne out of the Jesuit, Liberal Arts tradition. For this reason, Xavier Expeditions currently offers courses that will apply as core electives and, at the very least, as general humanities electives. To learn more, click on the chart to the right. You can also request more information

NON-XAVIER UNDERGRADUATES:

non-Xavier Undergraduate Degree/Credit Chart

Xavier Expedition's currently offers courses that have applied every year as transfer humanities credit to public and private universities as well as to other Jesuit colleges and universities. This process requires approval from your academic institution or department. To learn more about how a course may apply, click on the chart to the right. To learn more specifics, you can submit a request for more information

GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Xavier Graduate Degree/Credit Chart

Xavier Expedition's currently offers some courses that will apply as general electives for graduate degrees. These courses are given a graduate level course number and require significant additional independent work to match the requirements of a graduate-level degree. To learn more, click on the chart to the right. You can also request more information

 

Black bears relocated by Dr. Leon (Mark Gocke, WGFD photo)

Black bears relocated by Dr. Leon
(Mark Gocke, WGFD photo)

The child awakens to a universe.
The mind of the child to a world of wonder.
Imagination to a world of beauty.
Emotions to a world of intimacy.
It takes a universe to make a child
both in outer form and inner spirit.
It takes a universe to educate a child.
A universe to fulfill a child.
Each generation presides over
the meeting of these two
in the succeeding generation.
So that the universe
is fulfilled in the child,
and the child is fulfilled
in the Universe.
While the stars ring out in the heavens!
— Thomas Berry

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