How it works

September

Immersion - 3 weeks

Immersion

Introduction and orientation to launch the program.

Career development

Continuous career assessment, coaching, and advice from dedicated advisors.
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October to December

Module A - 12 weeks

Business Knowledge

Courses designed to teach you the fundamental concepts of business theory.
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Career development continues...

January to April

Module B - 11 weeks Module C - 6 weeks

Business Knowledge continues...

Business Challenge

An extensive group project to solve a challenge for a major corporation or launch your own enterprise.
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Career development continues...

May to August

Module D - 6 weeks
Module E - 6 weeks

Specializations & electives

Elective classes that allow you to customize your program to a specific career.
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Career development continues...

Fall

Sep-Dec

Business Core


Leadership program

Develop critical skills through continual practice, feedback, and coaching.

Winter

Jan-Mar

Business Core


Spring

April

Future Challenge

Summer

May-Jun

Electives 

Global Campus Rotation

To view the full curriculum for the Masters in Disruptive Innovation dual degree program commencing September 2017, click here.

Note: The degree you’ll be awarded upon graduation is a Master of Science in Disruptive Innovation. Courses listed above are examples and subject to change.

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Curriculum

Disruption and innovation impact all areas of the workforce and fundamentally change how businesses grow. As companies race to innovate in a shifting digital landscape, Hult’s Masters in Disruptive Innovation will enable you to link successful business decisions with technological advancement.

Your Masters in Disruptive Innovation at a glance

Who is this program for?

After successfully completing a Masters degree at Hult, students who want to influence decision making through harnessing technological advancements can earn a Masters in Disruptive Innovation degree as part of the Dual Degree program.

Campus: San Francisco 


What you’ll learn

As companies like Uber and Airbnb disrupt historical business models and redefine the competitive landscape of their industries, business leaders understand more than ever that harnessing disruptive technologies is critical to drive rapid innovation and maintain relevance. Employers seek candidates with both business and digital acumen. That’s why this degree is designed to equip you with both a business understanding and the knowledge of how people, technology, and digitization impact decision making.

Potential career

  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Strategy Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Innovation Architect
  • Product Innovation Executive
  • Program Manager