Mendoza College of Business – Notre Dame University

Notre Dame Full-Time MBA Program Structure

Courses for the Notre Dame University Mendoza College of Business MBA are offered during the academic year on a full-time basis. The degree requires 64 credits.

Curriculum

Following a semester of core business courses, students select a concentration track to tailor their studies to their specific career goals. 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 Inter-term Intensive, which may involve case studies or immersive travel abroad. Lastly, Notre Dame full-time MBA students also gain access to the MBA Mentor program, which pairs 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.

Class Profile

The most recent Mendoza full-time MBA class featured 122 students. The average age the class was 27. Around 30 percent of the class is comprised of students that identify as female, 30 percent international students, and 14 percent of students that identify as minority status.

Career Services

Over 99 percent of the Mendoza full-time MBA class accepted employment within three months of graduation.

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.

Tuition and Finance

Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is $52,188.

Over 80 percent 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, and The Freedom Fellowships. Over ninety additional corporate and other named fellowships are also available.

Admissions Procedures

Applicants to the Mendoza full-time MBA program must provide official GMAT or GRE scores, all previous academic transcripts, two recommendations, TOEFL, PTE, or IELTS scores for non-native English speaking applicants, one essay (three options), and one slider presentation

Application Deadlines

The application deadlines for the Notre Dame full-time MBA are as follows:

Early Deadline – Sept. 19, 2017
Round One – Oct. 17, 2017
Round Two – Jan. 9, 2018
Round Three – Feb. 20, 2018 (Final recommended deadline for international applicants)
Round Four – Mar. 17, 2018