Leaders of the future will need to be human-centered, results-oriented, and ready to navigate change. At the Drucker School of Management, these principles form the foundation of our MBA, preparing you to meet your professional goals and make an impact.

Our AACSB-accredited MBA program combines core management fundamentals with the practice-based learning and time-tested philosophies of Peter Drucker. This program is organized around three main modules: the Drucker Signature Platform, Analysis & Decision-Making, and People & Strategy. You can customize your experience by choosing between in-person and online classes and by earning a concentration to develop expertise and heighten your value to employers.

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Program Highlights
  • The Drucker Signature Platform provides you with the tools to be an effective leader. Through practicums and seminars, you will learn about managing yourself and your career, leveraging innovation and change to drive results, and putting purpose and social responsibility at the heart of organizational decisions.
  • Our Drucker Career Strategy Office begins working with you even before your program begins with in-depth career education through market-relevant services, resources and tools, ultimately putting you on a path to success. Post-graduation, you will continue to enjoy these services as a Drucker alum for life at no cost.
  • With an average class size of 15, you are provided meaningful opportunities to connect 1:1 with renowned faculty and collaborate with diverse classmates from around the globe. Our community is about cooperation, not competition.
  • Our MBA program provides scheduling flexibility, allowing you to complete your studies at a full-time or part-time pace with classes available in-person, online, and hybrid, as well as course offerings on nights and weekends.
  • You can take advantage of global study opportunities such as semesters abroad in Asia, Europe, or South America and/or short immersion programs for an intensive learning week of business and alumni meetings, onsite corporate visits, and cultural activities.
  • Your MBA is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the highest standard for business education.

Program at a Glance

48 units

21-24 months

*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.

Fall | Spring | Summer


In-person | Online | Hybrid


Drucker Signature Platform (8 units)
Drucker Philosophy
Leadership Practicum
Create Your Future
Finding Clarity

Analysis & Decision Making (12 units)
Business Analytics
Corporate Finance

People & Strategy (14 units)
Economics of Strategy
Organizational Behavior

Elective Courses (14 units)
Drucker MBA students can earn a concentration or concentration certificate. Offerings vary year to year – see featured courses below for examples.

Students must demonstrate fluency with financial accounting by the end of their first semester in the program.

Drucker Signature Platform

This innovative course sequence prepares you for a successful career.

  • Drucker Philosophy focuses on the key principles of Peter F. Drucker, from leading self, organizations, and businesses to the broader functioning of society itself.
  • Leadership Practicum presents leadership as a skill to be practiced through field work and reflective assignments.
  • Create Your Future empowers you with the fundamentals of career resilience and key skills such as informational interviews.
  • Finding Clarity combines career case studies with mindfulness theories to teach you how to be productive and happy in your career.


Featured Courses

MGT 368
Women in Business

Provides information and insights to students interested in the intersection of gender and management, with attention to the historical and current dynamics of gender in organizations.

MGT 410
Entrepreneurial Finance

Focuses on the application and adaptation of existing financial tools and methodologies to the entrepreneurial venture.

MGT 402
Asset Management Practicum

Studies theories of asset management via textbook and other readings, lectures, case studies and student and guest speaker presentations.

MGT 353
7 Steps to Startup

Guides participants through a fast-start approach to taking a startup from concept to launch.

MGT 357
Managing Client Relations and Customer Experience Management

Familiarizes students with the art and science of developing, nurturing, and sustaining client relationships.

MGT 388
Predictive Analytics

Offers practice in predictive modeling approaches to big data analytics using realistic data sets with business applications.

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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

Holly Golcher

Assistant Director of Admissions
T: 909-607-7151 (Direct)
T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)
E: holly.golcher@cgu.edu