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Intro - UG IBPeople are more connected than ever before, with access to products and services from around the world. As an international business major, you’ll become well-versed in cross-continental trade and transactions.

If you're business-minded and fascinated by other countries, international business could be the perfect choice for you. A Bachelor in International Business offers excellent career prospects, with nearly 5,000 Houston-area companies involved in global commerce, according to Greater Houston Partnership.

With UST’s central location in the booming city of Houston, you’ll find a wide variety of internship and career opportunities. Whether you’d like to contribute to the success of an established company or help a promising startup grow, you’ll gain a world of knowledge studying international business.

The Bachelor of International Business is offered through a joint partnership between the Cameron School of Business and the Center for International Studies, the longest-running center of its kind in Houston.

Your Connection to the World

Two University of St. Thomas - Houston business majors talk in conference roomWith thousands of Houston-area firms engaged in global commerce, our city is rich with opportunity for careers in international business. You’ll be able to choose from many industries:

  • Banking and finance
  • Education
  • Importing and exporting
  • Medicine and health care
  • Oil and gas
  • Technology

What can I do with a degree in international business?

Christian Solano, University of St. Thomas - Houston International Business Major

The relationships I’ve created at UST have gone beyond the classroom into the business world and international relations world.

CHRISTIAN SOLANO SENIOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MAJOR, ECONOMICS & FINANCE MINOR | PRESIDENT, UST CAMERON BUSINESS SOCIETY

Go Beyond Business As Usual

University of St. Thomas - Houston Cameron School of Business group of students and professorsUST is Houston’s only Catholic university, and Catholic social values form the foundation of our core curriculum. We respect the life and dignity of the human person, and believe in contributing to the common good. You'll learn how to engage in capitalism with a conscience, weighing the moral implications of your decisions.

Even in business classes, you’re welcome to talk about big topics, from ethics to religion. We discuss current events, including business impact, community responsibility and how we can improve conditions in the future. Many of our graduates are driving positive transformation through their work in the business world.