Mendoza College of Business is located at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. Reverend John Francis O’Hara founded the school in 1921. It offers five undergraduate majors and eight graduate degrees. The undergraduate program is particularly well regarded. Poets & Quants rated the Mendoza College of Business as No. 5 among the best undergraduate business schools in the United States.

Mendoza College of Business is located at the University of Notre Dame.
The school’s MBA program enrolled 285 students in the Fall of 2020.
Students scored an average of 635 on the GMAT and had a 3.3 average GPA.
92% of the MBA students in the 2019 graduating class received offers within three months of graduation and a record salary, including bonus, of $144,536.
Graduates have pursued careers in financial services, management consulting, and technology.

The Mendoza College of Business is named after Tom Mendoza, former president and vice chair of NetApp (NTAP), who along with his wife Kathy Mendoza donated $35 million to Notre Dame in 2000, the largest gift to the school at the time.

For Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidates, the Mendoza College of Business offers a traditional two-year program; an accelerated one-year program; a dual degree that combines an MBA with a Master of Science in business analytics; and other dual degrees that pair an MBA with fields such as law, science, and engineering. The school’s Executive MBA program requires a 22-month commitment and meets on the Notre Dame campus. A two year Executive MBA program meets in Chicago.

The undergraduate program enrolled 1,750 students in the fall of 2020. Students can major in accountancy, finance, business analytics, management consulting, and marketing. Minors are available in accountancy, digital marketing, innovation and entrepreneurship, real estate and business technology.

For undergraduate rankings, the school was rated No. 5 in the country by Poets & Quants, No. 4 in accountancy by Public Accounting Report, and No. 12 in marketing by U.S. News & World Report.

Despite its reputation for undergraduate studies, graduate-level programs at the Mendoza College of Business are ranked highly as well. Forbes rated its MBA program as 25th best among U.S. business schools in 2019. Meanwhile, U.S. News and World Report rated it 36th, while Businessweek rated it 28th best in the country. Tuition for the two-year program costs $58,030 annually.

92% of the MBA students in the 2019 graduating class received offers within three months of graduation and a record salary, including bonus, of $144,536.


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