Overview( Pre-Master’s Boot Camps)

HYP Global has launched Pre-Master’s Boot Camps(PMBC) with universities for international students who wish to wish to pursue a master’s degree.  The Programs offer more than 10 courses to streamline students’ admission into Master’s in Business and Engineering. PMBC is a cohort-based 10-12 week online accelerated program with Spring and Fall intakes each year. Students will take 3~4 foundation courses and participate in 3 to 5 live class sessions every week during their time in PMBC. Classes are scheduled on weeknights and over the weekends, PMBC students with other responsibilities like school activities or work can be granted excused absences from live classes in the case of time conflicts, but they are expected to make up for the missed classes by watching recorded sessions on their own. Student support and learning management systems are put in place to foster student autonomy. Program coordinator, assistant and instructors will show students how to track and manage their own learning progress through 1-on-1 advising and actionable feedback.

Accredited universities

Lehigh University, College of Business, College of Engineering;

● Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business;
● Clemson University,  College of Engineering ECE;
● UC Riverside, College of Business;

Management and Supervision

Courses and content are based on graduate level curriculum. Lecturers are PhDs of the relevant fields that they teach.

To ensure teaching quality, all courses and lecturers need to be approved by partnered university. Class sessions (live) are recorded for university supervision as well as student review purposes.

PMBC uses Canvas as learning management system, student performance is recorded accordingly and graded by lecturers (based on approved syllabi).

Student Profile

PMBC students come from diverse academic and professional backgrounds:

1. Individuals who seek to strengthen their academic preparation for rigorous graduate programs at university.
2. Individuals who wish to pursue a different academic discipline from their undergraduate background.
3. Working professionals who wish to readjust to formal learning and change their career path.

Clemson University, College of Engineering
Lehigh University,College of Business
Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business