500X330_GradBusiness_IntroThe University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business offers outstanding graduate programs in business (MBA, MSB), accounting (MSA, MPA), finance (MSF), international business (MIB) and ecclesial administration and management (MEAM).

In many cases, evening and weekend classes are available. You can pursue a degree at your own pace by structuring your degree plan to fit into your life and career.

The location of the University connects us to many other prestigious organizations. This has allowed us to develop innovative programs such as our Master of Science in Clinical Translation Management, a biotech commercialization degree developed in partnership with Houston Methodist Research Institute. We also offer a joint MHA/MBA with Texas Women's University and a JD/MBA with South Texas College of Law.

Many Cameron School of Business graduate degree alumni now hold senior leadership roles in some of the most distinguished companies in Houston and beyond.

AACSB

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The Cameron School of Business is fully accredited by the AACSB, the most respected accrediting body in business education worldwide. Many of the professors who will teach you have the highest degree in their field.

They have industry association relationships and connections with organizations including the American Marketing Association, Greater Houston Business Ethics Roundtable, Business Ethics Forum, Women in Bio, Society of Physician Entrepreneurs and many others.

 

United Nations Global Compact

As one of the first 100 signatories of the United Nations Global Compact, the Cameron School of Business is committed to the Principles for Responsible Management Education.

That means you can expect issues like sustainability, environmental protection, gender equality, diversity and inclusiveness to be emphasized. We are one of the only schools in Texas and the only one in Houston who is a member of this compact.

Dr. Mario Enzler, Dean, Cameron School Of Business

At the University of St. Thomas we do not educate to create more efficient workers or more satisfied consumers, but freer – and better – persons.

Dr. Mario Enzler Dean, Cameron School Of Business