Huron is the second Canadian university and the only Ontario post-secondary institution to collaborate with Harvard Business School's HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) program.
HBX CORe provides students from all backgrounds with a chance to gain the fundamentals of business thinking. Much like Huron, HBX CORe is driven by interactive peer-to-peer engagement and committed to student success: financial aid is available, helping ensure that promising students do not face barriers to access.
Huron HBX CORe applicants must be internally interviewed prior to applying on the HBX website. We do this to ensure that applicants are in extremely good academic standing and are aware of and ready for the time commitments this immersive program demands.
To apply, please supply the Coordinator, Careers and Internships with:
· A transcript to demonstrate good academic standing (an unofficial printout is fine)
· Two references and a contact number or email for each (one personal, one professional)
· A brief (200 word maximum) statement outlining your intentions and objectives in the HBX CORe program
Once an applicant is successfully interviewed internally, they are free to apply on the HBX website.
Thanks to Huron's position as a collaborating institution with Harvard Business School, three levels of Financial Aid are available to HBX CORe participants. For more information, please contact the Coordinator, Careers and Internships.
The bundled HBX CORe program costs $1,950 USD.
HBX CORe grades are based on participation—written contributions on our course platform—and performance on module quizzes and the in-person final exam. The three-hour, multiple choice final exam is a closed book, computer-based assessment that has been created by HBS faculty and is administered at one of 4,800 Pearson VUE test centers worldwide. More information on HBX final exams and VUE locations is available here.
A passing exam score on all three courses is required in order to earn the CORe credential.
Grades are provided at both the individual course level (i.e. Business Analytics, Economics for Managers, and Financial Accounting) and the program level. Students who complete and pass all three courses will receive a passing grade for CORe and earn the Credential of Readiness. For our highest achievers, we offer Honors and High Honors distinctions.
Once your grades have been released, you may request an official transcript. The electronic transcript lists your CORe program grade and course-level grades and will be delivered directly to the employer or institution you identify in your request.
July 2018: Deadline is June 25. Internal interviews must be complete by June 22. Cohort is accelerated (8 weeks).