Dual Degree Series: Master's in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Calling all pioneers, disruptors, and fearless entrepreneurs—we’re launching a new master’s program that has been designed specifically with you in mind. This is a great opportunity to learn about our Master’s in Entrepreneurship and Innovation program, which will be offered at our San Francisco campus. If you’re interested in studying and networking nearby Silicon Valley, then join us and other like-minded minded students that share your passions.

This webinar is a part of Hult’s Dual Degree series, explaining our new degree that gives you the option of complementing your one-year masters or MBA with a second specialist masters degree in as little as six additional months of accelerated study.

You will receive a link to access the webinar after registration.

Mon, 6 Dec, 07:00am - 08:00am PDT

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Matt Fisher

About the webinar

We’re always looking for new ways to help our students stand out in a crowded global job market. Hult’s Dual Degree program gives you the option of complementing your one-year masters or MBA with a second specialist masters degree in as little as six additional months of accelerated study.

Why get one degree when you can get two? Double your chances in the global job market with a Dual Degree from Hult, which sees you earn two triple-accredited degrees in as little as 18 months. Add a second specialized master’s to your first degree with just six-months additional full-time study.

During this info session, our Professor Larry Louie will tell you more about the Dual Degree Program and Hult’s Master's in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Larry Louie

Larry Louie has been a professor in finance, accounting and entrepreneurship since 2001. He has been at Hult since the San Francisco campus opening in 2010. Prior to teaching, he spent 25 years in business, starting at KPMG as an auditor, then Bain and Co. as a strategy consultant, then 18 years as senior management with various private and entrepreneurial businesses.

He received a bachelors degree in finance and accounting from the University of California at Berkeley and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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