Focused on Impact.
Niagara University's graduate business programs prepare current and future business professionals to learn, serve, and lead with integrity. With the accessibility of evening, weekend, and online formats - including our entirely online MBA - we are able to design a flexible schedule to meet your needs and desired pace. Begin at any time with rolling admission and no application fees. Start today by connecting with our admissions team for an exploratory conversation!
Niagara University's Graduate Business studies will equip you with the resources and connections to advance your career - both within our classrooms and beyond your degree!
NU grads secure a job after program completion
Average salary for MBA graduates
MBA grads transition careers and/or double their salary
Food & Beverage
Technology, Internet & Ecommerce
Accounting & Audit
With your completed application, our review process typically spans 3-5 business days. Once you've uploaded all required checklist items, simply submit. We'll be in touch shortly!
- Official Transcripts, mailed directly from all previous studies
- Two letters of recommendation (academic, professional or both)
- Professional Resume/CV
- Personal statement (recommended but optional)
- International applicants require both English proficiency & Credential Evaluation reports
A GMAT waiver is provided for applicants with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and above. If your record is borderline, we invite you to upload a personal statement to your application, requesting the GMAT waiver and providing reasons for special consideration.
Though most full-time students (3-4 classes per term) are able to complete the program within one year to 18 months, the length of your study really depends upon program choice, your undergraduate record, and preferred pace. The MBA program is slightly longer than the MS Finance. If you have an undergraduate degree in business, prerequisite credits may be transferred into the program giving you an accelerated start.
Once your application is complete and you are admitted into the program, an advisement coordinator will review all of your prior transcripts to evaluate prerequisite credit transferring into the program. As an incoming student, your advisor will contact you to communicate the results of this evaluation and work with you on designing an academic plan that aligns with your chosen concentration, preferred pace, schedule, and format.
Yes! We offer a wide array of funding options to support the cost of pursuing your degree. There are departmental scholarships and assistantships which require a separate application. See the "Admissions" tab above for links to more information. We also offer a reduced tuition rate to employees (and immediate family members) of our Corporate Partner companies.
As a student and alum of NU, you have lifetime access to the university's Career Services, including internships, jobs, and job-seeker resources. Additionally, many of our faculty, adjuncts, and alumni are highly-connected within their respective business fields and communities. These networks are made available to you, the student, through our business centers (Supply Chain Excellence, Family Business, and Food Marketing), regular business partner panel presentations, and access to TReC - the university's innovation/co-working incubator in Niagara Falls.