Key Administration

Roger Huang
"The market system has to be composed of people who make it fair and efficient. Hopefully, our graduates will be infused with moral values, and they'll be shaping the market with those values."

Roger D. Huang 

Martin J. Gillen Dean
Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management


William Nichols
"Our faculty are thought leaders in their fields of research and are key to the success of our students. They provide a learning environment that educates students to be forward-thinking in business while remaining concerned for the common good."

William Nichols

Associate Dean for Faculty and Research
 


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"Great business leaders need to be analytically sharp, decisive, persuasive, and – above all – have uncompromising values to manage well in a globally competitive economic environment."

Jeff Bergstrand

Associate Dean for Graduate Programs
Professor of Finance
Concurrent Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Letters
Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies


 
DALE NEES
"Now more than ever, our global economy relies upon leaders with integrity and the highest ethical values.  At Notre Dame, we strive to empower our students with the intellectual skills, courage of character and the commitment to make a real difference in the world."

DALE NEES

Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies


 
David B. Hartvigsen
"Our department strives to prepare students for leadership roles in complex organizational settings. We focus on preparing students to manage the interaction of people, processes, and information systems, and to consult organizations on these issues."

David B. Hartvigsen

John W. Berry Sr. Chair of the Management Department


 
RICHARD MENDENHALL
"Recent events have confirmed the necessity of understanding the fundamental principles of economics and finance. Many who ignored these rules or thought they no longer applied have, in large part, caused our current problems."

RICHARD MENDENHALL

William and Cassie Daley Professor of Finance and Department Chair


 
H. FRED MITTELSTAEDT
"We expect our students to become the next generation of leaders in fields that rely on accounting. To this end, we emphasize foundational knowledge, key skills, professional responsibility, and personal integrity."

H. FRED MITTELSTAEDT

Deloitte Foundation Professor of Accountancy and Chairperson


 
JOHN SHERRY
"We have adopted a Marketing and Society positioning, as we believe marketing to be among the most powerful cultural forces at work in the contemporary world, affecting not merely consumer behavior, but almost every aspect of human behavior."

JOHN SHERRY

Herrick Professor
Department Chair of Marketing


 
Mary Goss
"The Notre Dame MBA means learning about yourself as well as the world of business. Every part of the experience, from the classroom to the friendships, will challenge you to be a leader, a team player, a problem solver, a global thinker and perhaps most of all, a person who is committed to making a difference."

Mary Goss

Senior Director of Note Dame MBA and MSB


 
"Very few ranked business schools offer a graduate business degree uniquely tailored to the critically important, nonprofit sector, which employs 10 percent of the U.S. workforce. The Mendoza College will continue to support the development of nonprofit leadership, domestically and globally, in keeping with the Notre Dame mission."

Thomas Harvey

Thomas Harvey, The Luke McGuinness Director of Nonprofit Professional Development


 
Mike Morris
"The complexity in the accounting profession today requires a higher level skill set from graduates. Our renowned faculty members cultivate the requisite skills in our talented MSA students to be the next generation of business leaders."

Michael Morris

Michael H. Morris, Director of Notre Dame Master of Science in Accountancy


 
Paul Velasco
"The decisions our business leaders make not only impact the bottom line, but also people and communities. We ask you to consider "How will you lead?" Executive Education's degree and non-degree programs integrate values-centered leadership with the strong skills development required for transformational leadership on a personal, organizational and even global scale."

Paul Velasco

Director of Executive Education