Drucker students can open up exciting career opportunities by taking a concurrent degree program to earn both an MBA and a second degree in collaboration with Claremont Graduate University sister schools, Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, or Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.
MBA/JD | One of the most diverse ABA-approved law schools in the country, Southwestern Law School has an enrollment of 1,000 students and an alumni network that includes lawyers in virtually every state and more than a dozen foreign countries. Scheduling options enable students to complete the concurrent program in 3, 4 or 4½ years. »
MBA/MS Industrial Design | The ISD dual-degree program marries Art Center College of Design’s renowned design and innovation curriculum with the Drucker School’s acclaimed business and management acumen to meet the needs of early- to mid-career level professionals who see the value in applying design-thinking methodology to business strategy. »
MBA/MS Information Systems and Technology | Offered jointly by Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Information Systems and Technology and the Drucker School of Management, the dual degree was created for individuals seeking to expand their knowledge in the fields of technology and management. » MBA/MBS | A combination of an MBA from the Drucker School and a Master of Bioscience (MBS) from the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences. This degree gives an edge to students with a background in the sciences. The MBA/MBS can be obtained in three years. This degree combines technical training in the bioscience industry with business and management skills. » MBA/MPH | In a collaboration with CGU’s School of Community and Global Health, students can earn a dual degree in business administration and public health. The MBA/MPH is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge in public health sciences as well as leadership and management expertise appropriate for public health positions at the local, national and international levels. »
MBA/Second CGU Degree of Choice | A Drucker School MBA can be combined with a second degree of your choice from another CGU school. The traditional MBA program requires 60 units of coursework. However, when pursued as part of a dual degree, the MBA requirement typically is reduced to 48 units, plus 12 units from the partner school as electives. Students interested in the dual degree must apply to the second degree program before completing 16 units in their first degree.
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