The Notre Dame MBA


Notre Dame MBA Faculty

As the intellectual and inspirational power behind our renowned academic programs, our faculty is unquestionably our principle resource. Our professors recently were awarded an “A+” grade for teaching in the BusinessWeek survey of the best business schools. Only nine schools received this designation.

Notre Dame MBA faculty members deliver the complete learning package. They carry the intellectual weight to mold you into a master of many subject areas. They are drawn to our great University based on our foundation in ethics-based decision making and the unbridled discussions that can occur in a faith-based setting. They appreciate an emphasis on both excellence in research and teaching. They value relationships and take tremendous pride in their students’ successes. They go the extra mile to help students with their studies and provide advice on their career search.

In addition, prominent leaders from major companies and respected organizations serve as visiting lecturers. Their candid views can range from how to succeed in today’s competitive markets to firsthand accounts of the challenges our students will face and the vast opportunities available. Select lecture events include:

Ten Years Hence

With Ten Years Hence, the Notre Dame MBA program gives students a sense of the near future and the possibilities and challenges that lie ahead in society, business, and government. Emerging issues related to demography, science, sociology, economics, anthropology, commerce and technology, and how they will affect our lives, are explored in this renowned speaker series.

Boardroom Insights

With Boardroom Insights, corporate leaders and senior executives discuss current business issues during this fall series. Recent participants have included Tim Andree, CEO, Dentsu America, Inc.; Brenda Barnes, Chairman and CEO, Sara Lee Corporation; Paul Charron, Chairman and CEO, Liz Claiborne Inc.; Herb Kelleher, Executive Chairman of the Board, Southwest Airlines; Dennis Nally, Chairman and Senior Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP; and Richard C. Notebaert, former Chairman and CEO, Qwest Communications International Inc.