The Notre Dame MBA Program is ranked #5 globally in a survey by the Aspen Institute and World Resources Institute. The report names the top 30 business schools worldwide, and more than 600 MBA programs on six continents were invited to participate.
The biennial worldwide survey, titled “Beyond Grey Pinstripes 2005,” measures the effectiveness of full-time MBA faculty and programs in preparing students to lead businesses in social and environmental stewardship. Notre Dame was one of only two U.S. schools, along with Stanford University, to be ranked in the top five.
The Notre Dame MBA Program received the highest possible ranking in the Faculty Research category. All nine core curriculum courses as well as 34 electives were acknowledged as including content on social and/or environmental stewardship.
The World Resources Institute is an environmental think tank that seeks practical ways to protect the earth and improve society. The Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program is dedicated to developing leaders for a sustainable global society.