|Cameron School of Business Undergraduate Degrees|
The Cameron School of Business is home to students who benefit from small class sizes, a diverse faculty and a wide variety of student organizations. Service learning and internships provide practical hands-on experience while students pursue an undergraduate business degree.
Many professional opportunities are available to business majors upon graduation. Large corporations, small business, nonprofit organizations and government agencies all seek employees with the skills and knowledge possessed by Cameron School of Business graduates.
- Develop analytical, quantitative and communication skills
- Think critically and demonstrate creative decision-making skills
- Communicate clearly, effectively and logically in a business situation
- Recognize moral and ethical issues in business
- Become capable of successful engagement in international commerce
- Demonstrate a firm understanding of fundamental business issues and processes
- Experience UST’s distinctive ethical and humanistic approach to education
- Learn to work in teams
The Cameron School of Business Advantage:
- A student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1 in the Cameron School assures small classes and individual attention
- Expert faculty with multicultural backgrounds
- The Cameron School of Business offers its students internship opportunities to help them narrow their career focus.
- Study abroad opportunities broaden students’ horizons by acquainting them with other cultures and business practices
The Cameron School of Business offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), requiring 126 credit hours, with majors in:
Cameron School also offers several minors intended to expose students to a variety of business disciplines:
- General Business
The Cameron School also offers a five-year BBA/MBA which enables high-achieving undergraduates the opportunity to earn both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees concurrently. The BBA/MBA requires 120 hours of undergraduate and 36 graduate hour (in the same area of concentration as BBA major). Students in the combined five-year program have the benefit of completing two degrees with fewer hours than the requirements to complete undergraduate and graduate degrees separately.