Nazareth prepares students well for careers and/or continued study through rigorous academic programs, global and cross-cultural experiences, and hands-on career experience while in college. The latest undergraduate figures are provided for each category.

After Graduation

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The Outcomes Survey badgeMost new alumni are employed or in graduate school within 12 months of graduating. Of the Class of 2016, 33% continued their education at Nazareth, pursuing fields that require advanced degrees such as physical therapy (D.P.T.), social work (M.S.W.), and education (M.S. Ed.). Nazareth's data gathering processes adhere to national standards. Class of 2016 within 12 months after graduating. Data was available for 77% of the class. Alumni who were both in grad school and employed were categorized based on their primary role where possible.

Employers Samples of employers for the Class of 2016 one year after graduation.
Art & Design includes academic programs in art education, art history, art studio, and visual communication design.
Music includes academic programs in music, music/business, music education, music performance, and music therapy.
Theatre Arts includes academic programs in acting, dance studies, musical theatre, technical production, and theatre arts.
Humanities & Social Sciences includes academic programs in American studies, anthropology, communication and media, community youth development, English, history, legal studies, peace and justice, philosophy, political science, psychology, religious studies, social science, sociology, and women and gender studies, including programs paired with adolescence education.
Health & Human Services includes academic programs in communication sciences and disorders, nursing, occupational science, physical therapy (health science), and social work.
Education includes academic programs in inclusive childhood/early childhood education, which are paired with a major in the College of Arts & Sciences or the School of Management.
Business & Management includes academic programs in accounting, business management, economics, finance, international business, and marketing.
Languages & International includes academic programs in Asian studies, Chinese, French, German, history, international studies, Italian, Modern Foreign Languages, and Spanish, including programs paired with adolescence education.
Math & Science includes academic programs in biochemistry, biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry, clinical laboratory sciences, environmental science and sustainability, mathematics, and toxicology, including programs paired with adolescence education.

Art & Design

CGI Communications

Color Me Mine

Geva Theatre Center

Monroe County Library

Nazareth Hall Elementary School

New York Company

Pavilion Gift

Rochester City School District

Rochester Contemporary Art Center

Schroon Lake Central School

Business & Management

AXA Advisors

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

BNY Mellon

Bank of Montreal

Bonadio Group

Bryant & Stratton College

Can-Am Consultants, Inc.

Canandaigua Nat'l Bank & Trust

Canon USA, Inc.

Charlotte Hornets

Dickinson College

EC Scott Group

Eagle Strategies LLC

Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield

GPC Contracting Inc.

H&E Equipment Services

HMI Mechanical Systems

Harris Communications

Hillside Family of Agencies

Holly Street Daycare

Humane Society of Greater Rochester

Hyland Software

Liberty Mutual Insurance

M&T Bank

Manning & Napier

Mary Cariola Children's Center

Next! Ad Agency

Nothnagle Enterprises

Once Again Nut Butter

Pinnacle Athletics, LLC

Pomco Group

REDCOM Laboratories

Rochester Americans Hockey

Saatchi Saatchi

Security Mutual Insurance Co.

Student Conservation Association

Syracuse University

Tenzo Tea

Tony Walker Co.

Visions Hotels

WCM Painting

Watertown Wolves

Wegmans Food Markets

Education

Americorps

Cobleskill-Richmondville CSD

Discovery Charter School

Little Lukes

Rush-Henrietta Central School District

Webster Central School District

Westfield Public Schools

Health & Human Services

BOCES Madison-Oneida

Bates-Rich Beginnings Child Care

Center For Disability Rights, INC.

Center For Youth Services

Clinical Associates of the Finger Lakes

Erie 1 Boces

Fairport Baptist Homes

Fresenius Medical Care

Highland Hospital

Highlands at Pittsford

Lifetime Assistance

Monroe County Child Protective Services

Nazareth College

Rochester General Hospital

Rochester Regional Healthcare Association

Strong Memorial Hospital

Unity Hospital

University of Rochester

Vinfen

YMCA Greater Rochester

Humanities & Social Sciences

AP Professionals

Alliance Advisory Group

Allied Universal

Arc Monroe County

CP Rochester

Canandaigua Emergency Squad

Council Rock Wealth Advisory Group

East House

Educational Age International Schools

Expeditors

Five Towns College

Florida Panthers

Frontier Communications

GLC Business Services

Genesee Valley Podiatry

Inspired Global Marketing

Iron Workers Local 33

Jay Advertising

Maximus Federal Services Inc.

Monroe County Board of Elections

Paychex

Penfield Country Club

Phoenix Counseling Center

Rochester Brainery

Strong Museum

Trillium Health

Trinity Montessori School

Utica National Insurance Group

VarData, LLC

Villa of Hope

West Irondequoit Central School District

Languages & International

EF English First

Fulbright Program

Interact Language Center

Peace Corps

Music

BOCES 1 (Monroe)

Bowling Green State University

Center For Discovery

Greece Central School District

HospiceCare in the Berkshires

Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital

Language Intelligence, Ltd

Marion S. Whelan School Practical Nursing

Monroe Middle School

Pittsford Central School District

Romulus Central School District

Sciences & Math

CoreLogic

Genesee Regional Bank

Guthrie (Mayo Clinic Care Network)

Hinsdale Central School

Monroe Veterinary Associates

Saratoga Hospital

US Lacrosse

Theatre & Performance

Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Inc.

Shakespeare On Sound

TheatreMAMA

Grad Schools Graduate schools of the Class of 2016, one year after graduation, from the National Student Clearinghouse.

California College of the Arts

Canisius College

Case Western Reserve University

Cornell University

Florida State University

Lake Erie College

Le Moyne College

Lesley University

Montana State University

Nazareth College

New York University

Pace University

Penn State University

Rider University

Roberts Wesleyan College

Rochester Institute of Technology

SUNY Brockport

SUNY Buffalo State

SUNY University At Buffalo

St. Bonaventure University

St. John Fisher College

Syracuse University

University of Central Arkansas

University of Colorado Boulder

University of Dayton

University of Houston

University of Louisville

University of Massachusetts at Amherst

University of Nebraska—Lincoln

University of Rochester

Utica College

Virginia Tech

Washington State University

Degrees Earned

All undergraduate degrees at Nazareth provide a strong foundation in the liberal arts, including an integrated studies sequence chosen by students. The approach develops skills that employers value. Nazareth began offering BFA programs in 2012, which now include acting, art studio, musical theatre, technical production, and visual communication design. Class of 2016

63%
Bachelor
of Science
5%
Bachelor of
Fine Arts
 
 
 
 
29%
Bachelor
of Arts
3%
Bachelor
of Music

Study Abroad

Naz students study abroad at 2x the national average

During 2015-16, 7% of Nazareth students studied abroad, making 141 trips. The national average study abroad rate among colleges is 3%, according to NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Source of national data: NAFSA, based on statistics from the U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics, 2015 Digest of Education Statistics, and the Institute of International Education, 2016 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.

8%
6%
4%
2%
0%
Nazareth College
National Average

Countries

Australia

Austria

Belize

Chile

China

Ethiopia

France

Germany

India

Ireland

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Jordan

Peru

Poland

Russia

Spain

United Kingdom

Career Experience

75% of the class of 2016 completed: Rates are for-credit experiences for the Class of 2016 during their undergraduate years. Percentages do not total 100 due to rounding.

27% internships

16% field placements

10% practicum

8% clinical experience

8% research

7% student teaching


98% of internship supervisors would hire their supervisee if there were an opening Source 2015-2016 evaluations of 170 Nazareth Interns


"The interns have been professional, organized, creative, and a great addition to our team. Recently we have offered one a full-time position and we are excited he will join."

Neal Sherman, TAGeX Brands

Internship Sites

1809 Studios

AV Solutions

Abruzzo International Airport, Pescara, Italy

American Cancer Society

American Tactical Imports

Arc of Monroe

Batavia Muckdogs

Campbell Street Recreation Center

Capstone Real Estate Development

Catholic Family Center

City of Rochester

Cloverwood Senior Living

Colegio Esclavas de María

Community Place of Greater Rochester

Community Place of Greater Rochester/Generation 2

Community Youth Development Program

Council of State Governments

Dreamseeds/Generation 2

EC Scott Group

Edge Advertising Group

Excellus BlueCross BlueShield

Flaherty Salmin

Franco-American Institute in Rennes

Full Circle Fitness

Garden Aerial

Highland Hospital

Hillside Family of Agencies

Hope Hall School

Inficon

Kraematon Investment Advisors

M&T Bank

MKT Lines in Rennes

MarketHold Productions

NYS Government Program in Albany

Nazareth College Information Technology

Nazareth College LifePrep

Nazareth College Marketing & Communications

NextStep

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

Ohmco Recording & Sound

Precision Screen Printing Inc.

Rochester Americans

Rochester Broadway Theater League

Rochester Business Journal

Rochester City School District

Rochester Rhinos

Seaberry Design

Seaway Advisors

The Walt Disney Company