Notre Dame is storied for educational excellence, a collaborative environment, values-based leadership, support of families and a phenomenal alumni network.
When you join the Notre Dame EMBA program, you’ll be immersed in this culture — a community as inspirational as it is powerful. And you’ll emerge as a holistic business leader who serves with integrity, guided by the greater good.
See what our students say about the Notre Dame Executive MBA experience across a range of topics:
Ami: Executive Integral Leadership
Ami: Network means an open, helping hand
Ami: Notre Dame's unique approach to strategy
Angela: Electives Week exposes us to the best in the business
Angela: Immediate impact of Notre Dame's first week
Angela: Notre Dame's unique classroom environment
Gregory: Electives Week forges relationships
Gregory: Faculty teach us to look around the next corner
Harry: Integrating values into leadership
Harry: Notre Dame's spirit of community
Harry: The faculty is fantastic
Jasen: Being part of the Notre Dame Family
Jasen: The coaching experience is a game-changer
Jon: Electives Week builds the ND network
Jon: EMBA peer interaction
Jon: Learning to market your own business from ND faculty
Julie: Faculty bring an outside perspective
Julie: The EIL journey
Maria: Connections based on values
Maria: The Notre Dame Introduction
Mark: Everyone is in it together
Mark: Start with strategy
Mohammed: EIL week
Mohammed: I discovered new talents
Mohammed: Strategy is a process
Samir Kumar: All about the EMBA faculty
Samir Kumar: Strategy from a Nephrologist's perspective
Samir Kumar: What is Notre Dame coaching?
Seth Morales, '14, says the EMBA program is like a high-level game of pick-up basketball-the talents of your peers rub off on you.
"You're around smart people, and it raises your IQ. You feel smarter."
Jackie Morales, '14, says one of the best parts of the EMBA program is the professional contacts-and the enduring connection with faculty.
"Being a 'Domer' is like being in a family where people look out for one another."
Daniel Webster, '14, says being in the EMBA program means there's always an expert-from every functional area-in the room.
"You're together with 60 other executives and, more than technical competence, you learn what it takes to shape your organization's vision."