Notre Dame, France
Mendoza MiM Overview
In the Master of Science in Management program of Mendoza College of Business, you’ll learn “the language of business,” gaining a solid foundation in business fundamentals, including accounting, marketing, management, and finance. You will join a collaborative group of students from diverse academic backgrounds and move through the program as a cohort. It is designed to complement your undergraduate degree to lead to a job and career that puts your passions and skills to work.
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Program and Curriculum
The Mendoza College of Business’ MiM Program is specially designed for students to provide them with specific business knowledge and skills with an ethics-based approach to education. It may serve as a bridge program for students with non-business degrees and little or no experience to build the required skills to get good career opportunities.
This program provides you the opportunity to enhance skills that are valuable to manage an organization, and develop your communication skills to stand out in the crowd.
- Spring Elective Option: Ten Years Hence Speaker Series
- Quantitative Business Analytics
- Principles of Management
- Statistics in Business
- Financial Accounting
- Bridge to Success
- Managerial Accounting
- Finance Principles
- Marketing Principles
- Management Writing (Mod 1 only)
- Management Writing (Week 8 Only)
- Economic Analysis
- Corporate Finance
- Process Analytics (Mod 3 only)
- Business Action in Social Entrepreneurship
- Design for America
- Entrepreneurship Society
- Global Business Brigades
- MBA Business Analytics Club
- MBA Entrepreneurship Club
- MBA Global Club
- MBA Hispanic Club
- MBA Net Impact Club
- Notre Dame Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship Group
- Unleashed (Impact Investing Initiative)
86% of the MSM Class of 2018 accepted job offers within six months of graduation. Notre Dame’s Career Services team is a world-class group of individuals dedicated to helping you launch your career. Taking into account your unique background, they’ll help you and hone in on your strengths and weaknesses to be better prepare you to tackle real-world problems.
Top 2 Sectors
- Financial Services
Companies recruiting from Michigan Ross MiM
- Morning Star
- E&J Gallo
Mendoza Alumni Info
With more than 14,000 graduates, members of the Graduate Business alumni community have opportunities stay connected through Mendoza alumni networking events, service projects, and other special occasions.
What’s more, at the University of Notre Dame, is that they don’t distinguish between ‘Mendoza’ and ‘Notre Dame’ alumni. Once you leave our campus, you’re part of the extended Notre Dame Family, and you will forever have more than 144,000 family members who will go the extra mile to help you succeed.
Some Famous Alumni
- Lynette Boggs: Politician
- Michael T. Benson: President of Eastern Kentucky University
- Mike Lee: American Boxer
ENJOY OUR MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
- KNOW YOUR PROFILE’S STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
- PERSONALISED SCHOOL SUGGESTIONS (Dream, Competitive, Safe)
- ACCESS TO SAMPLE ESSAYS AND INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
Merit-based fellowships are available to all qualified candidates, regardless of citizenship. These are determined by the Admissions Committee at the same time your application is being evaluated. To apply, please check the appropriate box on the application form. No additional application is required.
The MSM program of Mendoza College of Business is designed for individuals who have earned bachelor’s degrees in non-business disciplines. We cannot accept applications from students who majored in finance, accounting, marketing, management, business or dual-degree business programs. Economics majors are welcome to apply.
|Rounds Deadline Dates|
|Round 1 : Oct. 22, 2019|
|Round 2 : Jan. 14, 2020|
|Round 3 : Feb. 11, 2020|
|Round 4 : April 14, 2020|
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- Academic transcripts from all previous undergraduate or graduate education (unofficial copies are accepted for admission, but are required prior to starting the program)
- Two recommendations
- Official GMAT or GRE test score report
- Official TOEFL, PTE, IELTS academic score report (international candidates who do not have degrees from English-speaking undergraduate programs)
- One slide presentation
- One essay (maximum of two pages)
The Mendoza MiM application comprises of 1 Essay of Maximum 2 Pages. The essays are used as a medium to understand the strengths and weaknesses of prospective students. So make sure your essays are top-notch.
Mendoza Essay Questions
MSM alumni often refer to the cohort structure of the program as a highlight of their experience at Notre Dame. MSM students take classes, tackle group projects, and overcome challenges together as a small, tight-knit group. They gain perspective from one another’s diverse academic backgrounds and learn the language of business together. Tell us about a time when you achieved a goal or took on a challenge as a member of a team.
The University of Notre Dame was founded in 1842, by Father Edward Sorin, C.S.C, with a mission to become “one of the most powerful means for doing good in this country.” In 1879, Father Sorin’s vision for Notre Dame appeared to be at a sudden, abrupt end. A massive fire destroyed the building that housed virtually the entire University. Instead of giving up, Father Sorin interpreted the fire as a sign that he had dreamed too small, and decided to rebuild, bigger and better than ever. That Main Building still stands today, topped by the gleaming Golden Dome, not only as an iconic campus building, but as an ongoing symbol of perseverance and vision. Tell us the story of a time in your own life or career when you had to overcome an obstacle, start over, or rebuild.