Mendoza ranked first in student satisfaction and fifth in employer satisfaction -- the two main criteria, according to the report. The school in South Bend, Indiana, was followed by the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce in second place and Cornell University’s Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management in third.
“Academically, Mendoza is not all that different from other upper-tier business schools,” said Rob Nelson, a senior business student at Notre Dame. “Our Catholic tradition puts extra emphasis on ethics and the idea that business should be used to generate more than just profits.”
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