The goal of the College of Business Administration at Niagara University is to provide a business education that is theoretically rooted in the social and behavioral sciences and supported by real-world business experiences.
Niagara University's MBA program employs a multidisciplinary pedagogy with traditional emphasis on functional management skills while incorporating current thinking in conflict resolution, negotiation, and change management. All of this is done in a global context and with sensitivity toward ethical decision making and social responsibility. The MBA curriculum is consistent with Niagara University's commitment to education as a primary instrument for the elimination of poverty through the human capital development.
Instructional methods include student teams, experiential learning and case study. A major objective of the program is the development of strong interpersonal skills. As such, group projects are required in most of the courses.