Drucker Bridge Program

The admission process for business schools is very competitive, and at The Drucker School it is no different – we receive numerous applications every year from applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds. We pride ourselves on offering a diverse classroom setting, which means we welcome many students who don’t have a prior background in business.

Through our Bridge Program, offered in the Summer semester, you have the opportunity to get a jump-start on your Drucker management education. The Bridge Program includes:

  • GRE preparatory classes sponsored by the Drucker School, hosted by The Princeton Review
  • One MBA course for credit, Economics of Human Capital (4 units)
  • Priority consideration for admission and additional institutional aid upon retaking the GRE


Why Choose the Drucker Bridge Program?

You will work directly with our faculty, who are successfully continuing the work of Peter F. Drucker, “the father of modern management.” In addition to teaching traditional business, our faculty focus on values-based management training and the human factor of successful organizations.

As part of the Bridge Program you will take Economics of Human Capital, a 4-unit core course taught by Drucker Professor Roberto Pedace.

You will also take a GRE preparatory course hosted by The Princeton Review.

At the end of the course, you will be expected to take the GRE exam. For those students who show a marked improvement on the exam, your application will be reevaluated for admission to the MBA program, and will also be considered for institutional aid.

For more information, please contact us at drucker@cgu.edu or at (909) 607-7811.

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