Practical learning challenges are integrated into your entire program—ensuring you understand the relevant theory while developing the mindsets and skills essential for a career on a global scale.
Every module includes workshops and tutorials on the skills and mindsets that you'll be applying to your challenge and that you’ll be assessed on. You’ll follow your progress on your personal dashboard.
Your personal career and development coach will support you throughout your journey—helping you interpret your assessments, understand your strengths and weaknesses, and connecting those learnings to your career goals.
Your student dashboard captures and monitors your progress and achievements, ultimately building you a professional portfolio to showcase your mastery of skills to future employers.
Become an expert in the essential areas of international business—but not in isolated courses. Core subjects, from finance to marketing to management and ethics, are integrated together throughout the module. You immediately apply your learnings to your business challenge, just like you would in the real world, while developing the skills and mindsets essential for a successful career in whatever field you choose.
Keep your business knowledge base broad or specialize in an area of interest while developing the professional skills to give yourself the edge in a particular field after graduation. No need to decide yet—you're bound to discover so much about yourself; feel free to wait and see where your passion leads you.
Global standard track
In some parts of the world, you take additional high school education (for example, the International Baccalaureate or UK A-levels). In that case, you would qualify for 30 “Advanced Placement” credits with Hult and can expect to graduate in three years.
US standard track
If you come from a standard high school, you will be on this track and typically take four years to complete your degree. This is the standard length of an undergraduate program at most US colleges and universities. “Advanced Placement” (AP) credits will also be assessed on an individual basis.
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.
Never in a million years did I think I’d be in this multi-cultured dimension. I have definitely grown to know what I want for myself.
Viviana Wu Liu
Class of 2022