The Drucker School MBA program is not just a business program but a management program designed for professionals who are in the early- to mid-stages of their careers. We are seeking students who already demonstrate strong leadership and achievement ability, or who clearly show the potential for leadership and achievement in the future. We select students from a wide range of industries and international backgrounds, who we believe will benefit from the case study and discussion methods of teaching at the Drucker School. Consistent with our vision, good candidates for the Drucker School MBA program are those who recognize our philosophy of management as a liberal art.
The Drucker School does not have a minimum requirement for GMAT scores, undergraduate GPA, or length of work experience. As a general guideline, the following statistics represent the average for students admitted to begin their studies in the Fall 2007 semester:
- Average GMAT score:635
- Average undergraduate GPA: 3.2
- Average TOEFL score: 247
- Average years of work experience:4.3
- Average age: 27.7
The academic committee evaluates applications on a holistic basis, focusing on all aspects of the application. There are no prerequisite courses required for the Drucker MBA program.