The Finance Major The programs of study leading to a degree, with a major in finance, are based on the conviction that successful administration in business demands an understanding of the operation of the individual firm and the environment in which it must...
In the Two-Year MBA program, students attend classes for four semesters and complete 63 credit hours. Classes are offered on a full-time, academic year basis (beginning in the fall semester). In the first year of the program, students study the core business...
30 credits, or 10 courses, are required to complete a major in Classics.
15 credits – 5 courses in either Greek or Latin—3rd semester level and above
6 credits – 2 courses in your non-primary language (Greek or Latin)
Greek and Roman Civilization Major
30 credits, or 10 courses, are required to complete a major in Classical Civilization.
3 credits – 1 course in History of Ancient Greece
3 credits – 1 course in History of Ancient Rome
3 credits – 1 course in Greek...
The Minor in Mediterranean/Middle East Studies can be pursued by
any undergraduate at the University, regardless of primary major or
college. Successful completion of the program will be indicated by a
certificate attached to the student’s diploma and academic...
The goal of proficiency in Arabic is achieved through a
comprehensive and integrated approach to basic skills in speaking,
reading, and writing. Personal interaction with a staff of trained
professionals insures every student attains the highest degree of
Majors in Russian must complete ten courses (thirty credit hours)
beyond the three-semester language requirement, including at least five
courses taught by departmental faculty. Courses to be taken in
residence at Notre Dame will normally include Advanced Russian...
Lawyers from around the world converge at the
University of Notre Dame’s London Law Centre to earn an advanced law
degree—the LL.M. in International and Comparative Law. The program is
designed for graduates of law schools from EU countries who seek
Category: International Law
Study mode: At the institution
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