Earning credits towards a degree
The credit, sometimes called the credit hour or the semester hour, is the basic unit of value for coursework used in almost all American universities. Each course at Hult is worth three credits. A Bachelor degree consists of 120 credits, most students take 30 credits per year, consisting of four courses each fall, four courses each winter, and two courses each spring. Hult’s flexible structure allows you to complete your degree in less time by taking up to 42 credits per year. Hult's Honors program is available to students with outstanding grades, enabling them to earn both a Bachelor and Master degree in four years.