Strength in Numbers

Mendoza College of Business Enrollment
Undergraduate Students
1,769
MBA Students
327
Executive MBA Students (South Bend and Chicago)
180
MS in Accountancy Students
56
MS in Accountancy Students (from Ernst & Young)
182
MS in Administration Students
45
TOTAL          2,509

 

Undergraduate Student Enrollment by Major
(juniors and seniors only)
Accountancy
324
Finance and Business Economics
424
Management
60
Management Information Systems
167
Marketing
228
TOTAL         1,203 

 

Undergraduate Program Average Salary (2001) *
Accountancy
$47,194
Finance and Business Economics
$47,663
Management
$50,350
Management Information Systems
$51,477
Marketing
$42,394
GRADUATES AVERAGE SALARY         $47,474     
* Salaries do not include bonuses which ranged from $2,000-$10,000 with an average of $4,500). Statistics are based upon 2001 placement surveys.

 

Mendoza MBA Graduates Average Salary (2001)
Median base salary
$80,000
Median sign-on bonus
$13,800
TOTAL     $93,800       

 

MBA Student Profile
Average GMAT score
646
Female students
26%
International students
34%
Work Experience
4.5 years

Rankings

Accountancy

  • Undergraduate accountancy program ranked 4th nation-wide, Public Accounting Report (PAR), 2001.
  • Graduate accountancy program ranked 6th nationwide, PAR, 2001. Finance Top 10 worldwide, Financial Times, 2002

Executive MBA

  • Top 30 worldwide, Financial Times, 2001

Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

  • Success magazine ranked Mendoza's Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies #43 in the 2001 ranking of top entrepreneurship programs.

ND MBA Rankings

U.S. News & World Report (2001)

  • Ranked #33, best business schools

The Wall Street Journal (2001)

  • #1 in recruiter satisfaction
  • #2 in communication and interpersonal skills as a recruiting attribute
  • #5 in "overall value" for the money invested in recruiting
  • #8 in "long-term" return on recruiter's investment
  • #9 in the "Top 10" private schools
  • #10 in the "Top 10" small schools
  • #10 in "under the radar" hidden gems for curriculum focused on ethics
  • #15 among the top-ranked 50 business schools

ND Undergraduate Program Rankings

U.S. News & World Report (2002)

  • #23 overall
  • #14 in accounting
  • #16 in finance