The Notre Dame Executive MBA curriculum integrates functional areas, including finance, accountancy, marketing, law and other disciplines. The intensive quantitative and qualitative aspects and the personal insights students gain, make them more valuable in the marketplace, more confident in their ethical decision making and more whole as a person.
We invite you to Ask More of Business™. We want you to ask more of yourself. Ask that integrity be at the heart of every business decision. Ask tough questions to solve tough problems. Ask that we consider a greater good. These three tenets are at the center of a business education at Notre Dame.
At Notre Dame we believe that leading effectively with the best strategies must rest on the foundation of individual integrity. More than just an ethics course, Notre Dame EMBAs begin considering the intersection of values and judgment in the signature Executive Integral Leadership course, and continue the rich dialogue throughout the rest of the program.
Leaders need to envision specific solutions in the context of broader systems, innovating, improving processes and influencing the performance of their organizations in sustainable ways. Notre Dame EMBAs learn to think critically across business functions and evaluate complex information in order to develop and select strategies to achieve long-term goals. We develop the intellectual capacity to achieve those goals not only today, but also throughout their entire career.
Father Edward Sorin, Notre Dame founder, envisioned a University that would be a force for good in society. For more than 150 years, his words have inspired graduates of all programs as they lead in business and other industries. Most importantly, our graduates leverage their individual success to help solve global challenges. Social responsibility is in our DNA as a learning community.
Learn more about our social responsibility efforts as a b-school.