|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.
Built on a foundation of five themes – ethical leadership, strategic innovation, systems thinking, global perspective and value creation – Cameron School of Business produces successful graduates equipped to enter the business world as ethical and socially responsible leaders.
The Cameron MBA Advantage:
- The MBA program accommodates the career needs of professionals across a wide variety of work organizations: business, health care, industrial, educational, and governmental, financial services and nonprofit organizations.
- A student to faculty ratio of 16:1 assures small classes and individual attention.
- Convenient courses offered in the evenings and on Saturdays cater to the typical Cameron MBA student who works full-time, and who wants to maintain a good balance between work, education and home life.
MBA Degree Programs: For students with an undergraduate degree in business, the MBA program requires 36 semester hours. The curriculum combines a solid foundation of 27 hours of core business courses along with nine hours of electives. Students can choose from these convenient options:
- Traditional MBA
- Evening MBA
- Saturday MBA
- Five-year combined BBA/MBA
The Cameron MBA programs offer seven areas of concentration including:
- International business
- Management Information Systems
- Health Care Management in conjunction with Texas Woman’s University
Bridge to Business: MBA for Non Business Undergraduates
The new MBA Bridge to Business program eases the transition to MBA classes for students without an undergraduate business degree. These courses are compressed track modules that allow a student to enter the CSB degree program in August, October, January, March or May. This flexibility means students can start a graduate degree without waiting for traditional semesters to begin.
Bridge to Business requires:
- Up to 15 credit hours of compressed track, seven-week prerequisites tailored to each student’s educational needs.
- The courses provide the necessary foundations in: accounting, statistics, finance, microeconomics, macroeconomics, management, marketing and business law.
- These newly revised seven-week proficiency courses allow incoming graduate to complete the introductory portion of the MBA program with greater convenience and efficiency.
- Upon transcript reviews, some or all prerequisites may be waived based on previous study.
Admission decisions are based on a combination of the score attained on the required Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and undergraduate grade point average (GPA). View the online graduate admissions application.
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