At the Claremont University Drucker School of Management, students follow in the footsteps of Peter F. Drucker, the greatest management sage who ever lived. Drucker made the beautiful city of Claremont his home for the most productive part of his life. The Drucker school borrows from his legacy by integrating Drucker’s philosophy of business with practice-based learning and industry experience.
The curriculum is designed around the belief that management is a human enterprise — an art as well as a science — that integrates perspectives from the social and behavioral sciences. The MBA program centers itself around four main modules: Drucker Signature Platform, People & Strategy, Analysis & Decision-Making, and one’s concentration of choice. The MBA degree requires the completion of 48 units of study. The Drucker School’s curriculum has a required core platform of eight sequenced courses (36 units) plus 12 units of elective courses.
Once students have completed the basic core requirements, they direct their studies toward a specified area of concentration in marketing, finance, supply chain management, human resources management, leadership, entrepreneurship, information technology management, or strategy.
Drucker also offers a comprehensive dual-degree program, with 32% of MBA students deciding to pursue a second degree. The school’s range of dual degrees provides a more novel selection with programs such as Art Business, Innovation Systems Design, Political Science, and more.