Drucker management certificates provide you with focused study in valuable topics such as analysis, strategy, marketing, and entrepreneurship.

Designed for working professionals, certificates provide a low-commitment way to discover the value of an AACSB-accredited, graduate management education at the Drucker School. You can explore a new subject, expand your knowledge on a specific subject, or start your work toward getting an MBA. These programs offer a flexible path in which multiple certificates might later lead to a “stackable” Drucker MBA.

Program Highlights
  • Earn certificates in four key business areas: analysis & decision-making, entrepreneurship, marketing, and people & strategy.
  • Complete a certificate in as few as two semesters, or take your time to balance your other commitments or maximize your employer contributions.
  • Apply the courses in your certificate program toward the Drucker MBA program.

Program at a Glance

12 units

2+ Semesters

*Actual completion times will vary and may be higher, depending on full- or part-time course registration, units transferred, and time to complete other degree requirements.

Three entry points (Fall, Spring, or Summer)

Certificate in Analysis & Decision-making, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and/or People & Strategy

Certificate Options

Analysis & Decision-making (12 units)
Gain and refine your ability to work with data and derive effective decisions from your analysis.

Entrepreneurship (12 units)
Practice the art of entrepreneurship with classes that examine business models and the startup lifecycle.

Finance (12 units)
Train for a functional role in finance within an organization.

Leadership (12 units)
Learn what it means to lead, effect meaningful change, and raise your own performance and the performances of those you manage.

Marketing (12 units)
Learn fundamental principles and powerful approaches of marketing and reaching customers.

People & Strategy (12 units)
Study how people work in organizations and markets.

Strategy (12 units)
Learn how to develop strategies, think and act strategically, and implement decisions.

Supply Chain (12 units)
Prepare for a functional role in supply chain within an organization.

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Matthew Gold

Associate Director of Admissions
T: 909-607-7498 (Direct)
T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)
E: matthew.gold@cgu.edu