The Notre Dame EMBA’s program’s high ratings by alumni and corporations earned the school a ranking of No. 6 among programs worldwide.
Eight newly ranked programs made the top 25 this year, including the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza School of Business, at No. 6.
Notre Dame EMBA student Farah Speer describes managing financial and family life while pursuing her degree in this WSJ story published with the newspaper’s 2010 ranking of best EMBA programs.
EMBA student William Zeuch describes the importance of working with classmates to be successful in the program.
Carolyn Woo, Dean of Mendoza Business School at Notre Dame says, "Giving Voice to Values is exactly what we need to help our students take action.
The Mendoza College’s website was recognized by the Web Marketing Association for its innovative design.
Professor Jim O’Rourke, Director of The Eugene D. Fanning Center for Business Communication, is quoted in this article about the future of BP’s image
In late August, the University of Notre Dame handed 40 students an Apple iPad as part of a year-long study of e-readers.
Article quotes Corey Angst, Ph.D., assistant professor of management about his research, “There are a lot more David hospitals out there than Goliath hospitals.”
Brian Lohr, director of MBA Admissions, is quoted in this article about requiring a standard system for letters of recommendation for the M.B.A. program
Notre Dame is leading the pack by creating and debuting the first paperless course
Recently, Notre Dame University launched its first “eReader class,” where students not only use Apple’s iPad to download and read the required textbooks for the class.
The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university’s eReader study and Notre Dame’s first paperless class.
A member of Notre Dame’s ePublishing Working Group, Corey Angst, is debuting the University’s first and only class taught using Apple’s new wireless tablet computer to replace traditional textbooks.
The project management class led by Professor Corey Angst is part of the university’s eReader study and Notre Dame’s first paperless class. All materials for the 40 students are available on the iPad.
Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Tom Ridge became the public face of America’s national security concerns as he became the first secretary of the newly created U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Remember the good old days, when you’d go to your lectures with nothing more than a pad and a pen? Well, those days may be coming to a close now that Notre Dame has launched the first paperless class taught using Apple’s iPad instead of textbooks.
Through the Business on the Frontlines course, University of Notre Dame MBA students have the opportunity to study a different kind of subject matter that cannot be written in a book.
Business on the Frontlines, a signature course of the Notre Dame MBA, earned recognition from Bloomberg Businessweek for its innovative curriculum that combines classroom and field studies.
The Project Management class, taught by Corey Angst, is a pilot project studying the use of e-readers in the place of standard textbooks and course materials.
John F. Bowie (ND, ’85)
A MBA course has been recognized as one of the “Ten Most Innovative Business School Classes” by Forbes.com. Business on the Front Lines focuses on the role of business in countries trying to rebuild their economies after a war or violent conflict.
Students enrolled in the Professor Corey Angst’s Project Management class have to read the usual textbook but only after the electronic version has been downloaded to their new iPads.
The University of Notre Dame has started a year-long test on the use of e-readers in the classroom, and the professor leading the class is blogging about the results.