At the Mendoza College of Business, we ask more.
We challenge you to Ask More of Business™ as you develop your talents and prepare to make a difference.
You may want to manage a brand, a plant or people. You may wish to be a partner, a securities trader, an entrepreneur or a CEO. We want these accomplishments for you, too.
But we want much more for you and from you.
The future holds large challenges. And the future depends on you.
Whether we are overwhelmed and diminished by our challenges, or create value-added solutions for our collective communities – this is where you will make a difference. At the Mendoza College of Business, we believe that an education worthy of you and these challenges must teach you how to address difficult problems with integrity and strong habits of mind.
In the end, we want you to become the leaders who make our future together better by the privilege of the positions you will hold, the decisions that you will make, the resources that you will develop and use, and the people whose lives you will touch.
This is the vision embedded in the founding of the University of Notre Dame by Father Edward Sorin, C.S.C., in 1842 and a dream that today continues to call forth the collective passion and energy of the faculty and staff of the Mendoza College of Business.
The Mendoza College of Business is home to dedicated teachers, scholars and more than 2400 students who are engaged in undergraduate, graduate and executive studies. Degrees offered at the Mendoza College include:
Mendoza also offers a broad range of custom programs for businesses and organizations, as well as certificate programs for executives and nonprofit managers and leaders. These programs are offered through Executive Education and Nonprofit Professional Development.
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
The University of Notre Dame is an independent, national Catholic university located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend and approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.
The source of the University’s academic strength is its faculty. Notre Dame faculty members have won 36 fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities in the past nine years, more than for any other university in the nation.
At Notre Dame, education has always been linked to values, among them living in community and volunteering in community service. Residence hall life is both the hallmark of the Notre Dame experience and the wellspring of the University’s rich tradition. A younger tradition, the University’s Center for Social Concerns, serves as a catalyst for student volunteerism. About 80 percent of Notre Dame undergraduate students engage in some form of voluntary community service during their years at the University, and at least 10 percent devote a year or more after graduation to service in the United States and around the world.
The University of Notre Dame, which is one of a handful of truly international universities, has a student body of more than 11,500 students drawn from all 50 states and more than 100 foreign countries. The Notre Dame alumni network is the most extensive in higher education, with more than 270 clubs, including more than 40 international clubs.
The Mendoza College of Business has been recognized for excellence and its commitment to social and environmental responsibility as selected rankings indicate:
- #1 among the nation’s top undergraduate business schools --Bloomberg Businessweek (2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013)
- #2 worldwide for courses that not only contain social, environmental or ethical content but also specifically address the intersection of these issues in mainstream, for-profit business and #5 worldwide for faculty research published in peer-reviewed business journals in calendar years 2009 - 2010 -- (Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2011)
- #1 for corporate social responsibility among the top 100 global MBA programs and # 32 for faculty research -- (Financial Times 2012)
- #20 among the top U.S. graduate business schools -- Bloomberg Businessweek (2012)
- #6 among the best Executive MBA programs--The Wall Street Journal (2010)
The Mendoza College of Business is accredited by AACSB International and is committed to adhere to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).