Each student will declare a concentration, the subject he plans to study in-depth after completing courses in Communication Skills, Liberal Arts, Global Knowledge, and Business Fundamentals.
1Curriculum, courses, sequencing, and program requirements are subject to change at the sole discretion of Hult International Business School.
All successful business graduates will sooner or later manage both people and budgets. If they are good managers, their businesses—and their careers—will prosper.
The 21st-century demands business leaders who can think big and act big. Students will learn to see an enterprise as a whole, but also to understand the linkages between its different working parts. Additionally, students will develop their managerial soft skills: how
to use motivation and persuasion to create a successful team built of people from different countries.
Working with top-league Hult academics, you will look at the great questions of management:
How do managers create the winning team from a mix of people with different personalities, ambitions, and cultures?
How can leaders strike the right balance which avoids both neglect and micromanagement?
How can managers spot problems and challenges inside and outside the company before these become too big to overcome?
The management of all the different functions of a company, including finance, HR, and operations
The art of working well in groups as well as leading them
The way management works in successful organizations
The presentation and advocacy skills essential to succeed in management
The Management Concentration turns students into first-class general managers. It also builds the foundations for more
specialized careers in human resources, project management, and strategic management consulting.