Professional master's program open house scheduled for Feb. 7

All undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Engineering and the College of Science are invited to an upcoming open house at Innovation Park to learn more about three of Notre Dame’s professional master’s programs – ESTEEMPatent Law and Global Health. You will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, current students and alumni from the programs. Food and beverages will be served.  Please RSVP for the event here.

Innovation Park is located at 1400 E. Angela Blvd., across the street from the Compton Ice Arena.


ESTEEM students collaborate

ESTEEM is an immersive year-long graduate level study of innovation, entrepreneurship and general business designed to augment and make more marketable the scientific, technical and engineering skills of its students. The ESTEEM (Engineering, Science, and Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master’s) Program is designed to provide Science and Engineering graduates the skills required to take science and/or engineering inventions and translate those inventions into commercial ventures. Read more at

Global Health

Eck Institute Global Health

The University of Notre Dame’s one-year Master of Science in Global Health program provides science-centric training involving laboratory research, survey research, and mathematical modeling in the emerging field of global health. The curriculum involves a mixture of classroom and experiential learning where science is understood in the context of its promise to improve the health of those people who are disproportionately affected by disease. Our students graduate with an understanding of the worldwide challenges facing the economically disadvantaged, and the capability to work toward a solution through population-based health care, program planning and design, and translational research. Find out more at

Patent Law


Increase the value of your science or engineering degree. Notre Dame’s new Master of Science in Patent Law will teach you the information that you’ll need to pass the USPTO’s patent bar, and the skills that you’ll need to practice as a patent agent. In the one-year Master of Science in Patent Law program, you’ll learn about the newest developments in the patent legal world through a hands-on curriculum. You’ll be taught by currently practicing patent attorneys and agents. You’ll draft a real, fileable patent application based on a real, Notre Dame-owned invention. Find out more at:

If you have any questions regarding the open house please do not hesitate to contact Christan Shelton at (574) 485-2280.

Originally published by Stephanie Healey at on January 30, 2013.