Although the curriculum of the Huntsman Program at first glance appears to be tightly structured, there is considerable flexibility within the curriculum. Each Huntsman student’s four-year schedule is different. While receiving two degrees in four years involves many requirements, students often find that they have a surprising amount of flexibility within those requirements and the freedom to take electives. Many students are able to declare minors in addition to the Huntsman curriculum, and some even declare additional majors outside of business and international studies.

Perhaps the best evidence that Huntsman students have time outside of their studies is their involvement outside of the classroom. Students invariably become involved in performing arts groups (from Chinese and Hindi a capella to the Penn Orchestra), athletic teams, student government, community service groups, advocacy groups, professional associations and fraternities and sororities. Most Huntsman students declare minors in addition to the Huntsman curriculum and some declare additional majors.