The Mendoza College of Business enrolls over 1600 undergraduate students who pursue degrees in Accountancy, Finance, Marketing and Management (Consulting, Entrepreneurship or Information Technology Management). Students enter the Mendoza College in their sophomore year. For more program information, visit undergraduate advising.
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Master's in Business Administration (MBA) ranked #26 in BusinessWeek serves more than 300 students in several programs of study: a two year MBA degree, a one year MBA degree for students with an undergraduate business degree, and dual degrees - JD/MBA, Engineering/MBA, and Physical Science/MBA - offered conjointly with other University of Notre Dame colleges.
Master of Science in Accountancy ranked 4th nationwide by the Public Accountancy Report is a two semester, 30-hour program in which students earn a master's degree while fulfilling the education requirement for CPA exam eligibility.
Master of Nonprofit Administration (MNA) program developes leaders and managers in business excellence and ethical leadership for the nonprofit sector. Accommodating the full-time work schedules of participants, the program offers on-site courses in the summer and electives offered via e-learning during the fall and spring. The MNA degree is completed in 14 to 50 months.
Executive MBA (EMBA)— ranked in the top 20 in BusinessWeek — is a flexible master's in business administration degree program designed for executive students who are employed full time. EMBA programs are offered in downtown Chicago, Illinois and on the Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Indiana as well as at an off-campus classroom in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Executive Education Non-Degree Programs are designed for client companies and organizations as well as individuals seeking professional development. Custom Programs are designed to assist client companies in achieving specific organizational learning objectives. Open Enrollment Programs serve several hundred managers and aspiring executives annually, who enroll in a variety of executive courses.