Mendoza College of Business
|Mendoza College of Business|
|Type||Private Catholic (Congregation of Holy Cross)|
Notre Dame, Indiana, United States|
|Dean||Roger D. Huang|
The Mendoza College of Business is a comprehensive full-time business school at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana, United States. It offers five majors in the undergraduate program, and graduate degrees that include: MBA, Executive MBA (EMBA), Master's degrees in Accountancy, Finance, Management, Business Analytics, Non-profit Management and an Executive Master's in Non-profit Administration.
The Mendoza College of Business was founded in 1921 by Holy Cross priest, John Francis O'Hara. Rev. O'Hara later became the president of the University and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. Four years earlier, in 1917, Notre Dame had become the first university in the United States to launch a four-year program of study in "foreign commerce."
Roger Huang, Martin J. Gillen Dean and Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management, joined the College in 2000. In March 2000, the College of Business received a naming gift from NetApp, Inc. executives, Tom and Kathy Mendoza.
Rankings and reputation
|Business school rankings|
|U.S. News & World Report||31|
|U.S. News & World Report||10+|
In 2016, Mendoza's undergraduate business program was ranked No. 2 by Bloomberg Businessweek. Mendoza's undergraduate business program was ranked No. 9 in the U.S. by U.S. News in 2016. In the 2017 edition, Mendoza no longer appears among the top 10.  Furthermore, in 2017, Poets and Quants ranked Mendoza's undergraduate business program at No. 4 nationally. 
Rankings for Mendoza's MBA program among U.S. MBA programs include #25 in 2016 by Bloomberg BusinessWeek and #31 by US News and World Report. In global rankings, the Mendoza MBA was ranked #40 by The Economist and #80 by Financial Times. Its Executive MBA program was ranked #15 by Bloomberg Businessweek. College Atlas and The Economist rank the Mendoza MBA 2nd among business schools in Indiana.  
Poets & Quants reveals a placement rate of 93% after 3 months for the Undergraduate school, as well as an average starting salary of roughly $61,000.
After completing the university’s First Year of Studies program, Notre Dame business majors enter the Mendoza College in their sophomore year. Starting in 2015, high school applicants will have to apply directly and be "pre-approved" for admission into Mendoza after their first year of studies.
Stayer Center for Executive Education conducts the degree - EMBA, MS in Business Analytics, MS in Finance - and non-degree programming - custom and open enrollment programs - geared towards the busy working professional. The Center offers a focused experience to meet the needs of individual students, and also corporate clients that partner with the team at Stayer for customized professional development experiences. Students and participants select from programs offered on the historic Notre Dame campus in South Bend, Indiana, and the campus in Chicago, Illinois. There is also a program that takes place in Ireland. 
Potenziani Family Atrium at the Mendoza College of Business with a NYSE trading post
The Mendoza Business Library has 29 PCs! 
- List of United States graduate business school rankings
- List of business schools in the United States
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- "Rankings: Top Ten Lists". The Aspen Institute. Retrieved 2011-10-28.
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