Hult's MBA program is administered in part-time and one-year formats, and other master's degrees are available in international relations, international business and marketing communications. The one-year MBA begins with a four-week 'toolbox' introductory course, followed by four modules--two of required courses and two of electives. In the first two modules, students can also follow 'skills development tracks,' focusing on areas like global citizenship, information technology for business managers, and lifetime career management. As is standard for many business schools, the course structure is rooted in the HBS case method.
Students and alumni tell Vault that employer recognition of the program has been improving steadily, and the school's international moves will help create a solid global alumni network. The Boston campus doesn't offer housing, but it does have a school pub where classmates gather to let off steam.