Mendoza Jumps five places to 24th in BusinessWeek survey
The Mendoza College of Business MBA Program rose five spots to 24th in BusinessWeek magazine’s biennial survey of the top 30 business schools in the nation released in October 2004. Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management was ranked first.
Notre Dame’s five-place jump in the rankings tied with Purdue and Georgetown Universities for the greatest improvement. Notre Dame was rated sixth in addressing ethical issues in business and ninth in its rapport with corporate recruiters.
The BusinessWeek methodology involved surveying 2004 MBA graduates and corporate recruiters as well as evaluating the intellectual capital of business school faculty.
U.S. News & World Report Recognizes the Mendoza Undergraduate Program
Notre Dame’s undergraduate business program was ranked 20th nationally in a survey published in August 2004 by U.S. News & World Report. Filling in the first five spots were University of Pennsylvania, MIT, California-Berkeley, University of Michigan, and New York University. The annual survey, part of the magazine’s America’s Best Colleges 2005 issue, also ranked undergraduate business specialties. Notre Dame’s programs rated:
9th in accounting
13th in management
17th in entrepreneurship
18th in finance
The magazine’s survey methodology involved a peer survey of deans and senior faculty at accredited undergraduate business programs. The 2003 survey ranked Notre Dame 23rd overall.