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Students

Students Huntsman students hail from across the country and around the world but what defines them is their international perspective. "Huntsmanites," as they affectionately call each other, share an eagerness to learn about languages, cultures and ideas different from their own. Whether they come from New York or New Delhi, California or Cameroon, the Midwest or the Middle East, the...

Residential Program

Residential Program: Life on KC3 During their freshman year, all Huntsman students live together on the third floor of King’s Court College House (KC3). This affords Huntsman students the unique opportunity to be surrounded by a rich diversity of languages and nationalities, challenging them to practice their intercultural and linguistic skills on a daily basis. While students learn about...

Student Life

A Home Away From Home Huntsman students enjoy the benefits of a small, supportive community that many describe as a “home away from home” and a large, vibrant Ivy-League university full of opportunities at their fingertips. Although deeply involved in an academically rigorous program, Huntsman students enthusiastically share in the life of the university, often taking leadership positions in...

Fitting it All In

Fitting it All In 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...

Community

Forging Lasting Bonds It remains the hope and aspiration of the Huntsman Program to create a kind of international community drawn not only from the different regions within the United States, but from all over the world. The community and camaraderie that are created within the Program are some of its most valuable assets. Students draw on the support of gifted faculty, dedicated staff...

About Us

Two Degrees, Unlimited Opportunities I am proud to endow a program that is the first to fully integrate comprehensive international studies into a business curriculum in order to prepare graduates to work anywhere.                                                                                                   - Jon M....

Academics

Two Degrees, One Global Education Students in the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business earn both a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the College of Arts and Sciences. The four-year curriculum is rigorous and the breadth and depth of the program are ambitious in scope. However, academics in the...

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is distinctive about the Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business? 2. How is it possible to do everything in only four years?  3. Does the Huntsman Program provide special facilities for its students?  4. Do Huntsman students have access to resources not available to other students?  5. Where do Huntsman students live?  6. Will I be able to...

Curriculum

The Huntsman Curriculum: Challenging Students in Global Leadership The flexible design of the Huntsman curriculum allows students to graduate in four years with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (from the College of Arts & Sciences) and a Bachelor of Science in Economics (from Wharton). While receiving two degrees in four years involves many requirements, students often find that...

Area Studies Courses

Area Studies Courses Area Studies courses provide an in-depth understanding of the region of the world in which a student is specializing and are frequently taken during the semester or year abroad. They range from literature and cultural studies to history and socio-political topics, and students have considerable flexibility in choosing these courses. Since students often fulfill these...

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