Today’s management education requires a multifaceted curriculum. Nearly every type of business has been transformed by technology and the increasing speed of change. As a result leaders and managers need to be able to cross knowledge boundaries. It’s no longer enough to be educated in just one area.

In keeping with The Drucker School’s holistic approach, we’ve formed partnerships with key research centers and institutes housed within Claremont Graduate University, as well as with partner institutions. The goal of these relationships: to broaden academic and professional opportunities for students in all Drucker programs and greatly expand their knowledge base. Within them, you’ll traverse disciplinary fields, add to or enhance your current course of study and open up new career possibilities. Several Drucker programs connect directly with the centers and institutes through joint offerings: Executive Education, Financial Engineering and IT-MBA.

The research centers and affiliates include:

Center for Information Systems & Technology (CISAT)

Center for Supply Chain & Logistics

The Drucker Institute

School of Arts & Humanities

School of Community & Global Health

School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation

Executive Mind Leadership Institute

Quality of Life Research Center

Institute for Advanced Studies in Leadership

Institute of Mathematical Sciences

The Center for the Future of Organization



Outside Partnerships

Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Art Center College of Design

Southwestern Law School