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Affiliated Institutes

The combination of legal and management training is in high demand, and graduates of both types of programs gain enhanced access to career opportunities in which they are able to effect positive change.

The Drucker School has teamed with Southwestern Law School to create an exciting concurrent degree program to help students enhance their educational and career options: the Juris Doctor/Masters of Business Administration.

Southwestern Law School produces highly skilled graduates who are capable of integrating theory and practice to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Through excellent faculty committed to promoting the highest level of professionalism, Southwestern seeks to create a vibrant academic community with a student-centered approach to legal education. The Drucker MBA grounds students in business basics and the creative practice of management. You will build on business essentials in marketing, finance, accounting, operations, strategy, and leadership while putting theory into practice through client work, research projects, and exposure to executive leaders and working professionals.

Program Highlights

 

Admissions Process

For application guidelines, visit Southwestern Law School’s website.

Featured Courses

MGT 306
Business Analytics I

Introduces statistical methodology to think critically about real world issues, with specific application to problems of business and economics, including risk management, forecasting, optimization, and statistical inference.

MGT 321
Marketing Management

Examines the process of strategic marketing management and provides tools and methods to examine marketing environments, understand consumer and organizational buying behavior, develop and promote new products, manage existing products, and more.

MGT 511
Financial Accounting

Introduces financial accounting—the language of business—from the perspective of the user/manager, with particular focus on basic rules governing the preparation of financial statements and the flexibility that exists within these rules.

MGT 335
Corporate Finance

Develops understanding of financial decision making—including investment decisions, financing decisions, and their interaction—and examines the underlying framework of corporate finance, including valuation, market efficiency, portfolio theory, agency costs, and information costs.

MGT 340
Strategy

Explores how general managers enhance and sustain business performance through the development of robust judgments in the face of uncertainty and complexity.

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Adriana Leake

Assistant Director of Admissions
T: 909-607-3310
E: adriana.leake@cgu.edu

Michael Mirabella

Director of Admissions and Recruitment for the Drucker School of Management
T: 909-607-9049
E: michael.mirabella@cgu.edu