Cultivating Expertise, Promoting Scholarship and Fostering Learning

The Madden School of Business is home to six undergraduate majors, a master’s degree program in business administration and certificate programs in health care leadership, health information systems and government contracting. It utilizes three overarching Centers of Excellence—each charged with cultivating expertise, promoting scholarship and fostering learning opportunities within specific fields that provide the intellectual anchor and the organizational framework for the Madden School of Business.


The Savage-McGill Center for Reflective Leadership

Great leaders are self-aware. They observe the world around them carefully. They remain flexible in the face of forces beyond their control. At the Savage-McGill Center for Reflective Leadership, these are precisely the kinds of leaders we seek to nurture. Rooted in nearly 500 years of Jesuit tradition, the Center has cultivated a dynamic array of programs, initiatives, and educational opportunities designed to nurture a generation of leaders who are as committed to people and planet as they are to profits. Put simply, we believe that doing well begins with doing good. See the current initiatives happening at the Center.

The Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity

The Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Creativity at Le Moyne College is a vibrant eco-system, bridging the College of Arts and Sciences and the Madden School of Business, and helps students and the community identify their dreams, and turn them into reality. Playing an active role on and off campus, the Keenan Center is a beacon for the creative, innovative, and those looking to change the world. We’re seeking dreamers with open eyes, and we’re ready to build, together. See the current work happening at the Keenan Center.


The Hetterich Center for Global Engagement and Impact

This Center will create an awareness of and an ongoing connectedness to global developments, issues, and insights. A key component of its activities will be fostering a sense of global citizenship and inspiring a search for common ground, while respecting differences among diverse societies. In this way, it will reflect the spirit of the Society of Jesus whose international outreach since its founding has been rooted in flexible knowledge-gathering and gaining a deep understanding of a rapidly changing world. The core value for this center is that of respectful mutuality.