60 Unit Degree

32 Units of Core Courses

28 Units of Elective Courses
The MBA degree is a two-year program requiring sixty (60) units of coursework, including eight sequenced core courses (32 units) and 28 units of electives. 

You may also take up to 12 elective units within the other Schools at the Claremont Consortium.

The structured yet flexible curriculum has four major tenets to prepare students for their professional goals:
  • The Drucker Difference
    Educating students on the philosophies and values of Peter Drucker
  • Foundational Management Core
    Traditional business courses (Organizational Behavior, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, etc.) that every MBA needs in their toolbox
  • Ethical Judgment and Practice
    Embedded in all core and elective courses, designed to challenge and guide your thinking and actions
  • Practice of Management
    Elective courses focused on experiential learning by bringing theory to practice

Curriculum Structure

First Year—Students complete the foundational core business courses in the first year along with the Drucker Difference.

Second Year
The Practice of Management is a set of sequenced modular courses throughout the first and second years. Students align their individual professional goals through elective and practice of management courses.


You may choose one or two areas of concentration to focus your studies. Concentrations are offered in:

Course Flow

Fall Spring Fall Spring
Quantitative Methods Marketing Management  Strategy   Elective 
The Drucker Difference Corporate Finance Elective Elective
Financial Accounting Applied Operational Methods Elective Elective
Organizational Behavior & Theory Elective Elective Elective




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