Notre Dame Business: Legendary Advantage

 

What does our Legendary Advantage™ mean for you?

You will lead courageously from your values and Ask More of Business

At Mendoza, our focus on business for the greater good is not a fad based on world events - it is woven into the fabric of who we are and how we teach business. Here we ensure our students have the academic rigor, as well as the values to ask more of business, and themselves.

You will amplify your strengths through our powerful
Academic Experience

From our dedicated, award-winning faculty to our values-based curriculum to our magnificent facilities, Mendoza delivers an incredible academic environment that simply cannot be replicated. Those who step on our campus have used the word "magical" to describe the experience.

You will be welcomed into one of the most renowned
Alumni Communities in the world

All colleges have alumni, some have highly engaged alumni, few can claim one of the most loyal, committed alumni networks in the world. Once you are a part of the Notre Dame family, you will experience support, opportunities and connections like never before.

 

Join a Legendary Network

  • 134,000+ active alumni
  • 267 clubs worldwide
  • #5 globally
    “extent/helpfulness” of network – The Economist
  • #8 globally
    The Economist

Which Program is Right for You?

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

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Jan

Show/Hide Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Dr. Jim Schmiedeler, University of Notre Dame details

Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Dr. Jim Schmiedeler, University of Notre Dame

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Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

 

Ubiquitous Robots? Challenges and Opportunities

Dr. Jim Schmiedeler is a  Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. 

Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O'Brien-Smith Leadership Program. This is the first lecture in the Ten Years Hence Lecture Series. See the website

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Feb

Show/Hide Ethics Week - Bob Burke, Founder & Chairman, Ladder Up, as well as students from the Notre Dame-St. Mary’s Tax Assistance Program details

Ethics Week - Bob Burke, Founder & Chairman, Ladder Up, as well as students from the Notre Dame-St. Mary’s Tax Assistance Program

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Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

Monday, February 12, 2018,  4:00 pm-5:00 pm: Bob Burke, Founder & Chairman, Ladder Up, as well as students from the Notre Dame-St. Mary’s Tax Assistance Program

Location:  Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

This year’s ETHICS WEEK Theme is Lead Local, Lead Global.  We've tried to focus on individuals and organizations from the ND/local community who are living out the founding vision for the college of business.  As Cardinal O’Hara wrote in 1923, "The primary function of commerce is service to man-kind. Business has a code of ethics based very largely on divine principles. When this code is followed, commerce can and does advance civilization.”  We're interested in individuals and organizations who strive toward: 

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Show/Hide Ethics Week - Regina Emberton, President & CEO of South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership; Jeff Rea, President & CEO, South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce details

Ethics Week - Regina Emberton, President & CEO of South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership; Jeff Rea, President & CEO, South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce

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Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 12:30-1:30: Regina Emberton, President & CEO of South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership; Jeff Rea, President & CEO, South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce

Location:  Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

This year’s ETHICS WEEK Theme is Lead Local, Lead Global

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Show/Hide Ethics Week - Alex Liggins and Alex Sejdinaj, Co-Founders, South Bend Code School; Brian Kubicki, General Counsel, Gibson details

Ethics Week - Alex Liggins and Alex Sejdinaj, Co-Founders, South Bend Code School; Brian Kubicki, General Counsel, Gibson

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Stayer Center for Executive Education

Wednesday, February 14, 2018, 12:30-1:30: Alex Liggins and Alex Sejdinaj, Co-Founders, South Bend Code School; Brian Kubicki, General Counsel, Gibson

Location:  Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

This year’s ETHICS WEEK Theme is Lead Local, Lead Global.  We've tried to focus on individuals and organizations from the ND/local community who are living out the founding vision for the college of business.  As Cardinal O’Hara wrote in 1923, "The primary function of commerce is service to man-kind. Business has a code of ethics based very largely on divine principles. When this code is followed, commerce can and does advance civilization.”  We're interested in individuals and organizations who strive toward: 

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Show/Hide Ethics Week - Karen Haun, Co-Founder, Bendix Coffee; Michael Lindburg, Founder, South Bend Woodworks details

Ethics Week - Karen Haun, Co-Founder, Bendix Coffee; Michael Lindburg, Founder, South Bend Woodworks

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Stayer Center for Executive Education

Thursday, February 15, 2018, 4:00-5:00: Karen Haun, Co-Founder, Bendix Coffee; Michael Lindburg, Founder, South Bend Woodworks

Location:  Stayer Center for Executive Education, University of Notre Dame

This year’s ETHICS WEEK Theme is Lead Local, Lead Global.  We've tried to focus on individuals and organizations from the ND/local community who are living out the founding vision for the college of business.  As Cardinal O’Hara wrote in 1923, "The primary function of commerce is service to man-kind. Business has a code of ethics based very largely on divine principles. When this code is followed, commerce can and does advance civilization.”  We're interested in individuals and organizations who strive toward: 

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Show/Hide Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Nitesh Chawla, University of Notre Dame details

Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Nitesh Chawla, University of Notre Dame

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Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Nitesh Chawla is the Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. 

Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O'Brien-Smith Leadership Program. This is the second lecture in the Ten Years Hence Lecture Series. See the website

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Mar

Show/Hide Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Otto Berkes, Chief Technology Officer, CA Technologies details

Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Otto Berkes, Chief Technology Officer, CA Technologies

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Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Otto Berkes is the Chief Technology Officer at CA Technologies, responsible for technical leadership and innovation, further developing the company’s technical community, and aligning its software strategy, architecture and partner relationships to deliver customer value.

Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O'Brien-Smith Leadership Program. This is the third lecture in the Ten Years Hence Lecture Series. See website

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Show/Hide Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Steve Shute, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan details

Ten Years Hence Lecture Series - Steve Shute, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan

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Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Enabling the intelligent enterprise with the next generation of technologies.

Steve Shute is the Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan. 

Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O'Brien-Smith Leadership Program. This is the fourth lecture in the Ten Years Hence Lecture Series. See website

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