A framework for success in marketing
Ranked No. 12 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the Department of Marketing at the Mendoza College of Business uses the 5C/STP/4Ps marketing management framework as its foundational model.
You will learn from world-renowned scholars and award-winning instructors.
With particular emphasis on ethics, the curriculum allows you to make the connections between your classes and the roles and responsibilities of marketing in organizations and society.
Experience is the greatest teacher
During your time at Notre Dame, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from a wide range of experiences: study abroad, internships and research, and the professional expertise our faculty members bring to the classroom. You’ll also be challenged and encouraged to examine all business decisions through an ethical framework.
More than 75 percent of Notre Dame undergraduates study abroad
This experience is particularly formative for marketing majors interested in learning firsthand what drives consumer behavior in international markets. Choose from 67 programs across 26 countries. No matter which destination you choose, you’ll return to campus with a deeper understanding of how the business you conduct throughout your career impacts the world at large.
An ethical approach
Yes, our rigorous curriculum will prepare you to solve complex marketing challenges. But more importantly, the solutions you devise to these challenges will be informed by a deep sense of ethics strengthened during your time at Notre Dame.
Once a Domer, always a Domer
The strength, accessibility and engagement of the Notre Dame alumni network are virtually unparalleled. We take care of own, during and after your time on campus.
Learn to market yourself.
How you build your personal brand and market yourself to employers is becoming increasingly important. As a student at Notre Dame, you’ll have access to the resources of the ND Career Center, the guidance of your professors and peers, and opportunities to intern, serve and conduct research—all of which will help you prepare for a new career, a job transition or further study in graduate school.
From mock interviews and résumé-writing assistance to access to corporate recruiters and job fairs, the Career Center can help you prepare to apply to graduate schools or assist with a full-time job search.
- Accenture Consulting
- Cardinal Health
- Eli Lilly
- Energy BBDO
- General Mills
- Leo Burnett
- Olgilvy & Mather
- Under Armour
When you’re not meeting the demands of top-ranked marketing faculty in the classroom, you’ll have the chance to participate in one of the most distinctive campus experiences in the country.
- Help market your residence hall’s signature event—all 30 halls have their own nickname, mascot, charity and special event.
- Join the Advertising Club, Marketing Club or Beta Gamma Sigma National Business Honor Society
- Serve through the Center for Social Concerns (more than 80 percent of undergrads serve)
- Attend Football Saturdays and take part in a number of Notre Dame-specific traditions
What You’ll Learn
A curriculum both broad and deep. Students majoring in marketing may elect to pursue one of four specialized tracks.
- Marketing Decision Analytics to focus on marketing models and data analytics
- Brandscaping to focus on marketing communications, creativity and brand strategy
- Consulting and Market Development to focus on consulting, sales, and sales management
- Digital Marketing to focus on digital and social media marketing, and customer engagement
Each track consists of three recommended elective courses for depth, and a fourth elective selected from one of the other tracks for breadth.
Chair, Department of Marketing
John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Professor of Business
Shankar Ganesan joined the Notre Dame faculty in 2013 as the John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Professor of Marketing. Previously, he was a member of the Marketing Department at the University of Arizona. His research focusses on the areas of inter-organizational relationships, customer relationship management, service failures and recovery, product recalls, and new product innovation. He is the author of several articles that have appeared in leading academic journals, including Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Retailing, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and MIT Sloan Management Review. Recently, he edited the Handbook of Marketing and Finance published by Edward Elgar. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Retailing, ranked among the top-business journals. He has received numerous awards and honors for his research, teaching, and editorial service. He teaches customer relationship management to the MBAs, strategic marketing to the Executive MBAs and senior executives in Fortune 500 firms.
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