Professor, Alumnus' Book Aims to Build Trust in Business
Miguel Martinez-Zavala, a supervisor at a manufacturing center for Johnson & Johnson, co-wrote “The New Economics of Trust,” a book that addresses the importance of trust in business, with his mentor Prof. John O. Whitney, a former professor of management and marketing at the University of St. Thomas. Read more
Strive for Excellence at UST with the Help of Free Workshops
The Celts Striving for Excellence workshops are a great way for students to supplement the Cameron School of Business’s classroom training with valuable on-the-job skills. The “CSE @ CSB” workshops are available to all students through Career Services, Doherty Library, Tutorial Center as well as Counseling and Disability Services. Read more
New Intíl Business Programs Give Students Global Appeal
The University of St. Thomas has created the Bachelor in International Business and Master in International Business interdisciplinary programs for students who have an interest in combining business and international studies and desire the integration of geographic, historical, political and social competencies with the business curriculum. Read more
New MBA Concentrations Offered in Economics, Entrepreneurship
In fall 2014, UST’s Cameron School of Business will add two more concentrations to the seven existing concentrations in the Master of Business Administration program. The ability to customize the program will enable it to align more easily with students’ individual interests. Read more
Tom Standish Named CSB Distinguished Alumnus
In recognition of his meritorious service to the Cameron School of Business and the University of St. Thomas and his significant contributions to business and the community, Tom Standish, executive vice president at CenterPoint Energy, was presented the CSB Distinguished Alumnus Award. Read more
|Mission Statement: Inspired by the Basilian Fathers’ motto of goodness, discipline and knowledge, the Cameron School of Business provides a comprehensive, high-quality, ethically oriented business education to a diverse student body enabling graduates to serve as leaders of faith and character in a global economy.
The Cameron School of Business (CSB) educates students of diverse backgrounds, teaching professional skills necessary for a changing global economy and instilling a deep appreciation for ethical behavior inspired by the educational tradition of the founding Basilian Fathers. Small classes and a low student-to-faculty ratio assure individual attention. The Cameron School of Business produces successful graduates equipped to enter the business world as ethical and socially responsible leaders.
The Cameron School of Business has achieved accreditation of the AACSB, the ultimate elite accrediting body in business education worldwide. Only five percent of all institutions internationally have gained accreditation by this agency. This status provides the Cameron School international recognition as a quality business school.
The Cameron School of Business Advantage
- A student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1 that assures small classes and individual attention
- Outstanding faculty: highly published, many with current professional involvement and most with terminal degrees
- Internship opportunities to help students narrow their career interests and gain professional experience
- Study-abroad opportunities that broaden students’ horizons by acquainting them with other cultures and business practices
- Total cost of graduate programs comparable to those of other quality programs in the Houston area
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Our curricula span a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses with schedules convenient for working students and include the following degrees:
Located near downtown Houston, the Texas Medical Center and the Galleria, CSB students have many opportunities for networking, internships and full-time employment. The Office of Career Services is actively involved in placement, and CSB students have been hired by top global corporations including: CenterPoint Energy, Hewlett Packard, Halliburton, ARAMCO, Shell Oil Company, Bank of Texas, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, ExxonMobil Chemical and PricewaterhouseCoopers.