Your Core Undergraduate Business Program

Every element of your Bachelor of Business Administration curriculum is designed to teach you about the world, the future, and yourself. You’ll study every topic through a global lens, learn about the technologies shaping our future, and develop the deep self-awareness needed to lead effectively and with confidence.


Go Beyond Business


A business degree that breaks the mold

Using big-data analysis to identify the skills employers are looking for globally, we’ve built the teaching of these professional and technical skills into your program so you can ensure you graduate with the skills you need for the role you want. Build an essential knowledge base, advanced skills, and a growth mindset through mandatory courses that form the core of your program.


Focus on essential areas of international business—from finance to management to marketing. Learn to see how these functional areas fit together in a global context and which ones are most suited to your interests and abilities. Examine the impact technology is having on these long-established disciplines, identify the key skills you want to focus on, and develop them through practical, hands-on learning.

Sample topics:

  • Accounting
  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Global Strategy
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Socially Responsible Business
  • Statistics & Analytics

Beyond business

Gain a deep understanding of how business touches every aspect of our lives by learning about a broad range of topics. You’ll develop your self-awareness, creativity, and critical thinking so that you graduate with a powerful knowledge base across a variety of disciplines and a job-ready skillset. Explore what the future holds and understand how you can help shape it by applying what you learn in the classroom to real-world challenges.

Sample topics:

  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Design Thinking
  • Emerging Technology
  • Ethics
  • Future Societies
  • International Politics
  • Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
  • Presenting & Communicating
  • Psychology

Specializations: majors & minors

While the core program gives you the essential knowledge and skills to succeed in any business environment, your choice of specialization gives you an edge in the fields you are most interested in pursuing after your graduation. Choose from five majors and three minors.

Learn more about specializations

Practical challenge-based learning

Put theory into practice and discover your true strengths and development areas in real-world business scenarios. Working in teams on real-world business and social challenges allows you to put theory into practice while developing your interpersonal and practical skills.

Learn more about practical experience

Program Length

How long is the Hult BBA degree?

No matter where in the world you’ve attended high school, or how intensely you want to study while you’re at Hult, our flexible curriculum is built to adapt to your needs and goals. So you can study the topics you choose, at the speed that suits you.

Global standard track: three years

In some parts of the world, you will spend five years in high school. This means you can qualify to bring up to 30 “Advanced Placement” (AP) credits with you, effectively skipping your first year and graduating in as little as three years.

US standard track: four years

If you come from any four-year high school, you will be on this track and will typically take four years to complete your degree. This is the standard length of an undergraduate program at most US colleges and universities.

Transfer students

Candidates who have studied at another accredited university or business school will be assessed for transfer credits into the Hult Bachelor of Business Administration upon receipt of their official transcripts. Learn more on transferring to Hult.



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