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Holzschuh Faculty of Business Administration

MBA for Grads on the Fast-Track to Career Growth

Next Session Starts: February 24, 2024

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About Niagara University in Ontario’s MBA Program

We are proudly AACSB accredited, which is one of the highest achievements a school can have – with less than 5% of the world’s business schools carrying this accreditation. Niagara MBA is more than a business degree. We teach professionals how to lead others, how to negotiate, and equip you with the business management skills that are imperative for career advancement.

Whether you are a college graduate, university graduate or an established professional, our experienced faculty, our extensive alumni network and our accredited curriculum will facilitate you with the knowledge, confidence, and experience to advance your business career.

If you are looking to skyrocket your career then the Niagara MBA program is perfect for you. Whether you recently graduated from college, or are an established career professional, our Niagara MBA program will propel you towards unprecedented career growth.

Our MBA program has helped transform careers and is designed for real-life impact. We are equipped with a rigorous curriculum delivered by industry-leading faculty, and have a proven track record of MBA graduates who have transformed their careers.


We Accept College Degree Graduates

We Have Experienced Faculty

We Have an Extensive Alumni Network

We Are Fully Accredited by AACSB

We Have a Proven Track Record of MBA Graduates

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Program at a Glance

Designed for college grads and working professionals, your MBA degree is customizable to fit your schedule and career aspirations. Taught by esteemed faculty with close ties in the business community, as an MBA student you’ll gain the confidence and business knowledge fundamentals to fast-track your career growth.


Complete in 16 Months.


Saturdays and evening
classes available


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NUO’s MBA Program and its 6 Focused Specializations


The MBA program is structured as a full-time study, with 51 graduate credit hours (including prerequisite coursework) required for graduation from the program and conferral of the degree.

Our laser-focused specializations allow us to be aligned with your unique objectives, and allows us to equip you with a competitive advantage when re-entering the workforce.

The accounting concentration at Niagara University in Ontario allows students to gain academic and practical insight in the field of accounting, and potentially prepare for professional credentials.

The corporate finance concentration allows students to gain insight into the key sub-areas of finance, including corporate finance, investment analysis and portfolio management.

With an increasing number of North American businesses moving towards offshore sourcing, global supply chain management is quickly emerging as an important area of study. Niagara’s program is focused on reducing procurement costs through a well-managed global supply chain that is cognizant of pricing, security, distribution strategies, and how best to utilize third party logistics providers of international services.

Nearly 20 percent of the GDP in the United States is accounted for by the healthcare sector of the economy. Healthcare administrators are necessary for the successful management of medical organizations such as hospitals and adult homes as well as the development of policy in the industry.

Candidates that specialize in strategic management complete their MBA with a better understanding of the operational needs of the organization (both public and private), and how the strategic direction of the organization affects other areas of the firm, such as finance, marketing and human resources. Graduates go on to careers in supply chain management, production and general management.

The strategic marketing concentration within the broader MBA program allows students to gain insight into the key sub-areas of product and marketing communications, marketing engineering and global marketing strategy. All of the courses in the marketing concentration are designed to give students a solid, well-rounded background in the qualitative and quantitative aspects of strategic marketing.

Contact Information

Dr. Ann Rensel
Associate Dean, Faculty of Business Administration
Phone: 905.294.7260

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