Beginning in June, the University of Notre Dame will offer a new master's degree program for individuals who earned a bachelor's degree in the sciences, liberal arts or any other non-business discipline.
Mendoza College of Business will launch its master of science in business, an intense, yearlong program intended for individuals with little or no work experience. The aim of the program is to bridge a student's undergraduate work with its application in a business context by providing fundamental business knowledge and skills.
The degree program will take place over three semesters -- summer, fall and spring -- and provides students with a grounding in business fundamentals, such as accounting, finance , business ethics, marketing and management principles.
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