Program

The Huntsman Scholar Program consists of undergraduate students in various stages of their education, completing a degree in business. Within the program, there are four levels that hold different responsibilities and opportunities:

   

Freshman LEVEL

Caleb Gorring in class

Focus on the following:

  • Intro Business Honors Courses
  • USU General Education Courses
  • Attend weekly Huntsman Scholar meetings
  • Service projects and leadership opportunities
  • Local Career Exploration Trips

Sophomore LEVEL

Caleb Gorring in class

Participate in the following:

  • Intro Business Honors Courses
  • USU General Education Courses
  • Attend weekly Huntsman Scholar meetings
  • Service projects and leadership opportunities
  • Business Summer Study Abroad and/or Global Spring Break Programs

Junior LEVEL - Scholar semester

Participate in the following:

  • Scholar Semester: 15-credit semester of upper division business course work is designed for students to integrate business, politics, and culture on a global level. The semester maintains a unique schedule of five weeks on-campus for coursework, a month-long study abroad to Europe, and final coursework back on campus ($6,500 travel scholarship). 
  • Attend weekly Huntsman Scholar Meetings
  • Service projects and leadership opportunities

Fall Scholar Semester Coursework* (15 Credits):

  • MGT/ECON 3300 Contemporary Issues & International Trade – 3 credits
  • MGT 3820 International Negotiations – 2 credits
  • MGT 3830 International Law – 2 credits
  • MGT 4050 International Marketing – 2 credits
  • ECON 4500H The Political Economy of the European Union – 3 credits
  • ECON 5150H Comparative Economic Systems – 3 credits

*Actual courses subject to change each year

Senior LEVEL - Mentors

Mentor Level Huntsman Scholar student mentoringAfter completing the Scholar Semester, students automatically become Mentors in the program.

Focus on the following:

  • Upper division business coursework and graduation requirements
  • Complete an Honors Internship or Thesis
  • Attend weekly Huntsman Scholar Meetings
  • Attend bi-monthly Mentor Council Meetings
  • Serve as a mentor for other students in the program
  • Provide assistance with the leadership and implementation of the program