The Drucker MBA program examines management as a creative, people-driven discipline, empowering you to become a leader who pushes companies, nonprofits, and institutions to the next level.
The Drucker Master of Business Administration (MBA) is unlike any other. Fueled by the management philosophy of Peter Drucker, one of the greatest thought leaders of our time, our curriculum grounds you in business basics and the creative practice of management. You will build upon 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. You’ll collaborate with diverse classmates from around the globe and top-ranked faculty who will lead you toward your future.
Our students are able to select from diverse electives, concentrations, and dual-degree options. With full- and part-time tracks of study and multiple points of entry, you’ll be able to earn your MBA on your terms, augmenting the demands of your ongoing professional life.
- The Drucker Practice of Management (DPoM) program, based on the life work and key principles of Peter F. Drucker, gives you the chance to test out and develop project and problem-solving skills in a lab setting, allowing you to be effective through innovation and creative practice.
- Drucker MBA students connect with top-ranked faculty and collaborate with diverse classmates from around the globe while maintaining small and intimate class sizes and an excellent student-faculty ratio of 10:1.
- Drucker’s part-time MBA option is tailored for working professionals looking to transition careers, develop as managers, or acquire new knowledge and skills in management.
- Your Drucker MBA is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the highest standard for business education.
- From China to Costa Rica to New Zealand, our Global Immersion courses let you travel to a country of focus for an intensive week of business and alumni meetings, onsite corporate visits, and cultural activities.