Notre Dame Business: Legendary Advantage

 

Ask More of Business

Ask More of Business is about teaching rigorous business skills within an ethical framework. At Mendoza, ethical leadership and business for the greater good are not fads that will come and go based on world events - they are woven into the fabric of who we are and how we teach business. "Ask More of Business" is not a tagline - it is our guiding principle.

It means that to do good in business, you must first be good at business. Here we ensure our students have the academic rigor, as well as the values to ask more of business, and themselves.

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What Program is Right for You?

At Mendoza, you can choose from 11 degree programs, including an MBA and Executive MBA that are ranked among the best in the nation. Find the program that best fits your career goals and experience.

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Join a Legendary Network

  • People
    134,000+ active alumni
  • Reach
    267 clubs worldwide
  • Effectiveness
    #3 nationally
    “extent/helpfulness” of network – The Economist
  • Network Potential
    #6 globally
    The Economist

Find Your Legendary Advantage

Ethical leadership. Strategic business expertise. Moral strength. That's what Mendoza is all about. You'll gain the confidence and knowledge to shape your organization, even in the face of constant change. And the global power of the iconic Notre Dame brand will help you build a stronger personal brand.

Our graduates will tell you it’s an advantage that’s more than competitive: it’s legendary.

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Attend an Event

Jan

MSM Parent Webinar

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Online

12:00 pm Eastern Time

 

Learn how the Master of Science in Management provides a foundational set of skills for students who want to bridge their undergraduate studies into a career in business.

 

Click here to register.

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Chicago Executive MBA Business Reception—Downtown Chicago

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224 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL

Director of Degree Programs Suzanne Thoren Waller warmly invites you to join us for a business reception and presentation of Notre Dame's innovative Executive MBA Program. This is an opportunity for rising executives, managers and corporate sponsors to evaluate the unique benefits and convenience of this program.…

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Feb

Ethics Week Lecture

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Giovanini Commons, Mendoza College of Business

Jerry Carter, Vice President, Tax and International Finance, IDEX Corporation; “Transfer pricing: Is it tax avoidance or tax evasion?” 

Notre Dame Ethics Week 2015, sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, will focus on ”Ethics Through a Global Lens” during a series of talks Feb. 9–12. …

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Ethics Week Lecture

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Giovanini Commons, Mendoza College of Business

Tom Guinan, Associate Vice President for Administrative Operations, Notre Dame International; “Notre Dame International: Advancing the University's Mission Around the Globe” 

Notre Dame Ethics Week 2015, sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, will focus on ”Ethics Through a Global Lens” during a series of talks Feb. 9–12. …

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Ethics Week Lecture

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Giovanini Commons, Mendoza College of Business

Mendoza Faculty Panel featuring Georges Enderle, Pat Murphy, Fr. Ollie Williams; “Ethical Challenges Around the World: China, North Korea & Europe” 

Notre Dame Ethics Week 2015, sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, will focus on ”Ethics Through a Global Lens” during a series of talks Feb. 9–12. …

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Ethics Week Lecture

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Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Joan Dubinsky, Chief Ethics Officer, United Nations Ethics Office; “Doing Ethics in an Imperfect World: The U.N. Experience;"

Notre Dame Ethics Week 2015, sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, will focus on ”Ethics Through a Global Lens” during a series of talks Feb. 9–12. …

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Ten Years Hence Lecture

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Jordan Auditorium

“Impact Investing and the Catholic Social Tradition” by Sister Helen Alford, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas. 

This is the first lecture in the Ten Years Hence lecture series.  For the full schedule of lectures visit the website

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