The Thomas Mahaffey Jr. Business Library is located at the foot of the spiral staircase in the lower level of the Mendoza College of Business. As a branch of the Hesburgh Libraries, the Mahaffey Business Library serves the business information needs of Mendoza as well as the wider university community. Mendoza College of Business programs provide students with the opportunity to gain an excellent business education.
The College offers undergraduate majors in Accountancy, Business Analytics, Business Technology, Finance, Management Consulting, and Marketing. Undergraduate minors include Accountancy, Digital Marketing, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Real Estate. Graduate programs include the MBA, Specialized Masters, Nonprofit, and Executive Education degree programs.
Related subjects include: Accounting, Finance, Management and Organization, Information Technology, Analytics, and Operations, and Marketing.
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Dictionaries are most often collections of words in one or more specific languages, usually arranged in alphabetical order, providing information like word meanings, usage, etymology, and, when they contain more than one language, translations. Some dictionaries include information more commonly found in encyclopedias. Encyclopedias are collections of information on terms, figures, eras, locations also arranged alphabetically, and, alongside definitions of terms, they also include more in-depth general information on a topic. Encyclopedias can be general or subject-specific.
Directories are organized collections of information, and typically are lists of information about people, places, and their organizational connections.