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Hult’s Master of Social Entrepreneurship helped students understand and develop core business skills while learning how to successfully engage in issue advocacy, problem-solving through innovation, and project development and management.
In the last two modules, students could choose from a wide range of electives and specialize in a particular field of interest.
Students developed a strategy for a real global company, non-profit, or fast-growing enterprise in a six-week team project.
Career support was fully integrated into the curriculum and we began preparing students for a successful global job search from the moment they were accepted.
The program was designed to help students understand and develop core business skills while learning how to successfully engage in issue advocacy, problem-solving through innovation, and project development and management.
The program began with a month-long 'toolbox' Immersion module. This period of introduction and orientation put students firmly in the right mindset from day one with lectures, seminars, and workshops to launch the program, and equip them with the fundamental skills they needed going forward.
During the first nine months of the program, students took the courses required to build an in-depth knowledge of their subject, master the theory behind essential topics, and work on real-world case studies.
- Global Crises
- Social Innovation
- Development Economics
- Financing Social Enterprises
- Social Impact Assessment
- Project Framing & Bid Writing
- Stakeholder Management