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Mendoza College of Business – University of Notre Dame

The Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business’s full-time MBA is located on Notre Dame’s campus in South Bend, Indiana. Mendoza offers one-year MBA, two-year MBA, and Executive MBA programs. The college provides a wide array of professional and career development resources, as well as an extensive alumni network. With a large, well-connected faculty and class options that can be tailored to an individual student’s career path, the Mendoza College MBA appeals to a wide range of professionals. MBA students are affectionately termed “Domers.”


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Faculty

Over 180 instructors, including professors, associate professors, and adjunct instructors, make up the MBA faculty. Furthermore, prominent business leaders occasionally serve as visiting lecturers to give students an insider’s view of the business world.

Curriculum

Courses for the two-year MBA are offered during the academic year on a full-time basis. The degree requires 64 credits. Following a semester of core business courses, students select a concentration track to tailor their studies to their specific career goals. Furthermore, each semester is comprised of two seven-week modules, which gives students the option to easily add electives. In addition, students have the option of taking Interterm Intensive, which may involve case studies or immersive travel abroad. Lastly, two-year MBA students also gain access to the MBA Mentor program, which places students with alumni who work in their desired field.

MBA students may pursue concentrations in business analytics, business leadership, consulting, corporate finance, innovation & entrepreneurship, investments, or marketing. Each concentration allows students to tailor their studies for specific positions or industries.

Degree Offerings at Mendoza

In addition to the full-time MBA, Mendoza also offers a one-year MBA and an Executive MBA program. The one-year MBA runs from May to May and requires 46 credit hours to complete. It begins with a 10-week summer session, and students then join classes with the second year of the two-year MBA classes. The summer courses include instruction in topics such as leadership & organizational behavior, marketing management, and strategic essentials. Students then declare a concentration. One-year MBA students also have the option to experience

Notre Dame Mendoza also partners with other Notre Dame colleges to offer dual degrees in three other disciplines, including law, science and engineering.

Concentrations at Mendoza

  • Business Analytics
  • Business Leadership
  • Consulting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Investments
  • Marketing

One-Year MBA
http://mendoza.nd.edu/programs/mba-programs/one-year-mba/

Two-Year MBA
http://mendoza.nd.edu/programs/mba-programs/two-year-mba/

EMBA
http://mendoza.nd.edu/programs/mba-programs/executive-mba/


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Clubs, Conferences, & Competitions

Mendoza MBA students have a selection of 31 clubs and committees that focus on business skills, cultural affinities, or shared interests. For instance, students may get involved in the Energy Club, MBA Women International, or the MBA Golf Association of Notre Dame. Furthermore, MBA association committees, which focus on topics such as career development, leadership development, or student activities, are also offered.

Mendoza is regularly the home of business conferences. Recent offerings have included the Diversity Conference, which featured talks from professional women in a variety of industries, and the Irish Impact Social Entrepreneurship Conference, which discussed social venture tools and trends.

Business competitions encourage Mendoza MBAs to put their skills to the test. For instance, the McCloskey Business Plan Competition invites students to compete for cash and prizes by pitching business venture ideas to investing groups. The Notre Dame Diversity Conference Case Competition encourages students to find solutions to make the business world more inclusive.

Campus Spaces

The Mendoza College of Business is comprised of four buildings and includes an auditorium, conference center, and entrepreneurial digital research facilities. The Notre Dame campus is steeped in Catholic tradition and hosts the iconic Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, which can be seen in the 1993 film, “Rudy.”


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Career Services

Mendoza’s career coaches can help students work with recruiters, and all MBA students undergo the school’s Professional Development Program to prepare for career opportunities. Students can learn how to conduct more effective job searches by working on interviewing and networking skills, as well as their professional presence. Furthermore, the Notre Dame Career Catalyst helps students identify and obtain the career that best fits their skills. And the Notre Dame Alumni Network gives students access to over 134,000 active alumni in over 40 countries. Lastly, students are welcome to use the Mendoza Career Services resources after graduation.

Top recruiters for Notre Dame MBA students include American Airlines, Bank of American/Merrill Lynch, Cisco, ExxonMobil, McKinsey & Co., Nationwide, PwC, SAP, Amazon, AT&T, IBM, and Microsoft.

Career Statistics

Technology was the most popular industry for the Class of 2017, as just under a quarter of graduates entered the field. Financial services claimed 23.7% followed by consulting, which 15.1% of the class pursued. Nearly eight percent of the group chose the consumer products industry. Energy & utilities surpassed health care and manufacturing; energy claimed 7% of the class while the other industries saw 3% and 4% of graduates, respectively.

Thirty-nine percent of the Class of 2017 settled in the Midwest. The second most popular region was the West, where 17% of graduates pursued their careers. The West was closely followed by the Northeast and Southwest for preference, as each region took in 16% of the class. Just over four percent of graduates moved abroad for work.


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The Class Profile

For the Class of 2019, the 177 students had a mean GPA of 3.3 and average GMAT of 674. In addition, the class is made up of 28% female students, 13% minority students, and 23% international students.

Application Procedures

Notre Dame / Mendoza gives its applicants the choice of applying in one of five admissions rounds, including a binding, early deadline. The application requirements include completing the school’s application forms and submitting an essay, a slide presentation, two letters of recommendation, GMAT/GRE scores, TOEFL/PTE/IELTS scores, and unofficial college and graduate transcripts. Interviews are required for admission, and Mendoza applicants may register to meet adcom members on the road if unable to travel to campus.

Application Checklist

  • Official GMAT or GRE test scores
  • Academic transcripts from all prior institutions
  • Two recommendations
  • One essay
  • One slide presentation
  • Official TOEFL, PTE or IELTS academic score report (for international students)

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Tuition

For 2018-2019, the tuition for the Two-year MBA at Notre Dame Mendoza is $54,120. With additional expenses including other fees, room and board, books and supplies, the school estimates that the total cost of attendance as $75,420.

Financial Aid

Over 60% of Mendoza MBA students receive financial aid in the form of fellowships or graduate assistantships. Fellowships are competitive and range from $5,000 to full tuition, and they are awarded on the basis of a candidate’s merit, leadership ability, background, or commitment to underserved populations. Full tuition awards include the Kenneth R. Meyer fellowships for exceptional academic performance, as well as the Dean’s Distinguished Fellows for students with leadership potential. Additional awards include the Ethical Global Leaders Fellowships, the President’s Circle Fellowships, John Cardinal O’Hara Society Fellowships, Provost Fellowships, Notre Dame MBA/NSHMBA Merit Fellowships, Women In Business Scholars/Forté Foundation Fellowships, The Freedom Fellowships. Over ninety additional corporate and other named fellowships are also available.

Estimated Cost of Attendance, Academic Year 2018-2019

  • Tuition: $54,120
  • Fees: $650
  • Room & Board: $10,100
  • Books & Supplies: $1,750
  • Personal Expenses: $6,100
  • Transportation:  $2,700
  • Total: $75,420

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Stats

CLASS SIZE177
FEMALE28%
MEAN GMAT674
MEAN GPA3.3

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Contact

Mailing Address:
Mendoza College of Business, Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone: (574) 631-8488
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://mendoza.nd.edu/programs/mba-programs/
Twitter: @nd_mba

MBA LiveWire for Notre Dame / Mendoza

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May 5, 2018 2:51pm
Accepted via portal.
GMAT: 710.
May 1, 2018 11:03am
Accepted via phone.
GPA: 2.9. New York.
April 19, 2018 2:21pm
Interview Invite via email.
India.
April 18, 2018 5:22pm
Interview Invite via email.
GPA: 3.05. GMAT: 690.
April 7, 2018 12:57am
Accepted via email.
GPA: 3. GMAT: 730. India.

DecisionWire for Notre Dame / Mendoza

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Enrolled: Vanderbilt / Owen
Admitted: Notre Dame / Mendoza, Vanderbilt / Owen
GMAT: 690
Post-MBA Career: Consulting
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Admitted: Notre Dame / Mendoza, Vanderbilt / Owen
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GMAT: 730 GPA: 3
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GMAT: 730
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