Drucker Net Impact Profiled in 2012 Edition of “Business as UNusual”

A profile of the Drucker School and our Net Impact chapter were included in Net Impact’s recently published 2012 edition of Business as UNusual: The Student Guide to Graduate Programs.

Business as UNusual examines MBA programs’ commitment to social and environmental themes in curriculum, extracurricular activities, career services, and more. This year’s guide is the most comprehensive to date, profiling more than 100 programs worldwide and 3,000 student responses.

Business as UNusual is the only publication of its kind, and is a leading resource for prospective MBA students who are looking to navigate and compare different programs, especially those committed to responsible business. A major takeaway from this year’s report: there is an increased demand for MBA programs that offer core classes, extracurricular activities, and career support dedicated to sustainability and social impact themes.

Visit Net Impact’s website to download the guide for free. Don’t forget to read details about our program on page 23!

Drucker Net Impact thanks the numerous Druckerites who helped us compile this year’s submission, including outgoing President Nicko Fusso; Nola Wanta and Ariel Carpenter of the MBA Program Admin team; Casandra Rusti of the Drucker Finance Club; Brandon Tuck of  the Office of Admissions, Scott Benton and Rebekah Arnold of the Office of External and Alumni Relations; and Professors Jenny Darroch, Jay Prag and Vijay Sathe.

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