Texas Medical Center CFO Credits Skills to UST MBA
Texas Medical Center’s EVP and CFO Denise Castillo-Rhodes said critical thinking skills were essential skills fostered in the MBA degree program at University of St. Thomas, where she graduated in 1992. She was the first in her family to go to college. Read more
From Migrant Worker to Banking Senior VP via MBA
Marisol Salazar’s father had big dreams for his daughter. If she worked hard, she might have a chance to escape the sweltering farmlands where the family toiled as migrant workers. Today, Salazar ’95, MBA ’99, is a senior vice president and manager of Houston Energy Group at Bank of Texas. Read more
MBA Student Gains Marketing Experience in Internship
MBA student Erica Savage Garcia had experience in the consumer products industry, but she didn’t know anything about insurance. Through an internship at Houston Business Insurance Agency, Inc., walking distance to her classes at the University of St. Thomas, Garcia was able to learn about the field and apply what she learned in marketing classes to building a new website for the agency. Watch the video.
Executives Give CSB Students Career Advice
Speaking with business leaders provides students with a valuable insights in the direction of their future careers. A group of undergraduate and graduate students from the Cameron School of Business attended the Celts Breakfast Club where they had the opportunity to speak and network with business leaders. Read more
MBA Student Quenches Thirst in the Philippines
Clean water is a luxury 60 percent of the world cannot afford. One University of St. Thomas student, with God by his side and a strong determination, is about to change all of that. Andres Cuellar, a Cameron School of Business BBA/MBA candidate, created a water filtration system with the ability to filter contaminated water and provide clean water for up to three years to underprivileged countries. Read more
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
Cameron School of Business MBA graduates benefit from considerable career advantages including outstanding access to the Houston business community and employment opportunities in an increasingly competitive global business environment.
The Cameron Scholars program is a scholarship offered exclusively to qualified new applicants.
The Cameron MBA Advantage
- Accommodating to career professionals in a variety of areas including business, health care, industry, education, government, financial services and nonprofit organizations
- 16:1 student to faculty ratio assures small classes and individual attention
- Flexible options that fit your needs
- Evening Classes
- Saturday Classes
- Five-year combined BBA/MBA
- Nine concentrations
- International Business
- Management Information Systems
- Health Care Administration in conjunction with Texas Woman’s University
- Master of Business Administration/Master of Health Administration joint program with Texas Woman’s University
- Bridge to Business Program for non-business undergrads
- Compressed track allows students with non-business degrees to enter the MBA program in August, January, or May without waiting for the traditional semester to begin
- 15 credit hours provide necessary foundations in accounting, statistics, finance, microeconomics, macroeconomics, management, marketing and business law
MBA Degree Program
The MBA program requires 36 hours of graduate level courses for students who received an undergraduate degree in business or a related field. This curriculum includes 27 hours of core business classes and nine hours of electives.
Read about the MBA Degree Requirements
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