Prospective Graduate Students
The Graduate School
The Graduate School oversees post-baccalaureate programs in arts, engineering, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Students seeking admission to Notre Dame’s Law School, School of Architecture, or Mendoza College of Business should consult the websites of those colleges.
At Notre Dame Law School, a premier Catholic law school, students and faculty are part of something larger than themselves, part of a place built on integrity and community with a vision of law and lawyering that is rooted in vocation, intellectual rigor, and a commitment to service.
The Law School offers a J.D., an LL.M. Program in International and Comparative Law, an L.L.M. and a J.S.D. in Human Rights Law, and several dual-degree programs.
Mendoza College of Business
Become a leader in thought, action, and values.
The degree programs in the Mendoza College of Business are consistently ranked among the top–tier schools by Business Week and U.S. News & World Report.
The Master of Nonprofit Administration (M.N.A.) program, founded in 1954, prepares students to achieve administrative excellence and ethical leadership in the nonprofit sector. The M.B.A., Executive M.B.A., and executive education programs will give students both the tools to change their life and the vision to change the world.
School of Architecture
The School of Architecture confers a Master of Architectureal Design and Urbanism post-professional degree and a Master of Architecture professional degree.