Program Comparison

Future Leaders

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The Notre Dame MSA is ranked 4th in the country (Public Accounting Report) for its quality faculty, rigorous curriculum and focus on ethics. Students can select from one of two tracks: Assurance & Advisory Services or Tax Services; both of which allow for the completion of the 150-credit hour CPA Exam requirement. Typically, over 80% of graduates begin their careers at one of the Big 4 and 98% accept a full-time employment offer within six months of graduation.

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The MSM program is designed for students with non-business undergraduate degrees (science, engineering, liberal arts, economics, etc.).  Students learn fundamental business skills in marketing, finance, accounting and management, and engage in one-on-one career coaching. In the signature course, “Bridge to Success,” students learn how their passions can lead to a rewarding career. 

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The MSBA program equips students with advanced techniques in data analytics and decision science to launch a career in a variety of industries. Our students develop expertise in areas such as data mining and visualization, statistics, modeling, optimization and simulation on data sets —- all of which impact the operations, finance and marketing decisions for companies across industries.

Mna

The MNA is designed for students with the desire to enter the nonprofit sector with limited or no prior work experience. In this 36-credit hour program, students learn business fundamentals and sector insights both in class and during a nonprofit practicum. With a servant’s heart, MNA students develop a business mind to impact unmet needs.

Proven Leaders, Ready for the Next Challenge

Emba

The Notre Dame EMBA program extended the reach of the program in 2002 by adding an accelerated version in downtown Chicago. Students in the Chicago EMBA cohort experience the same rigorous curriculum, develop the same competitive edge and earn the same valued MBA as their Indiana-based classmates — in a condensed 17-month format.

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The Notre Dame MBA offers Two-Year, One-Year, and Dual Degree options that provide a rigorous and well-rounded curriculum emphasizing ethical leadership. Program highlights include non-traditional learning opportunities such as live cases, international immersions, and the Integral Leadership Development program. Academic concentrations include: Business Analytics, Business Leadership, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Investments, and Marketing.

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Through the one-year MSBA program, students are equipped with advanced techniques in data analytics and decision science.  Our students develop expertise in areas such as data mining and visualization, statistics, modeling, optimization and simulation on data sets — all of which impact the operations, finance and marketing decisions for companies across industries.

Msf

The Notre Dame MSF program is a one-year program designed for actively employed financial professionals or those actively seeking employment that takes place on alternating Fridays and Saturdays on the Notre Dame Michigan Avenue campus in Chicago. Students learn corporate financial analysis and reporting, working capital management and asset utilization to improve financing the firm. Candidates also develop expertise in M&A, investing and markets, equity valuation and derivatives. Because ethics play such a large role in the curriculum, MSF candidates are well prepared to address ethical challenges associated with risk management, compliance and international finance. Through a capstone experiential consulting opportunity, students identify the financial levers of an actual client’s business challenge.

Emna

In this hybrid, 42-credit hour program for working nonprofit professionals, students develop business insights and strategies for sustainable nonprofit organization effectiveness. The flexible EMNA curriculum spans 14-48 months, including a total of 10 weeks of on-campus courses across two to four summers. With a servant’s heart, students develop a business mind in a close-knit peer cohort.