The curriculum will provide students with specialized knowledge and skills in management fundamentals and public health aimed to develop leaders who can deliver both innovative and practical solutions to the public health systems and organizations at a local, national or international level. Thus the nature of the dual degree program allows students to develop and integrate knowledge and skills more efficiently.
Students are required to complete a 76 unit program, consisting of 56 units of core courses, 16 units of concentration courses and 4 units of elective courses. Students in the dual degree program will take a combination of Drucker and SCGH courses each semester. As part of the MBA coursework, students may pursue concentrations in Finance, Strategy, Leadership, Global Management or Marketing. Alternatively, students may pursue the Leadership and Management concentration in the MPH curriculum. A unique feature of the dual degree is the combination of public health sciences and business administration through integrated coursework supervised jointly by Drucker and SCGH faculty.