Cameron School of Business
The University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business offers outstanding graduate programs in business (MBA, MSB), accounting (MSA), finance (MSF), 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 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.
My UST MBA degree has had a great impact in my leadership style in the nonprofit industry and continuously guides me while serving at-risk youth in the community.
The learn will serve you very well in your business careers, whether you are working at a large Accounting firm, in a fancy Wall Street investment banking house, or at a glitzy advertising agency.
Financial knowledge gives you freedom. Know your numbers.
The small community and educated professors at UST truly enhanced my knowledge and allowed me to focus on the goal at hand.
Each professor is able to pay extra close attention to students, including making sure graduate students have a chance to see them one-on-one during office hours.
Pursuing an advanced degree was not an easy task. But UST has great teachers, a flexible class schedule and a great community of students—all things that make the challenges a little easier.
My degree has navigated me through management, commercial lending, entrepreneurship, and now in a nonprofit. It really served as a key that unlocks multiple doors.
The MCTM program completely changed my career path, but I realized this career path is a better way for me to help people sooner rather than later rather than never having a project get off the ground.
The great faculty members with academic excellence and diverse professional experience, the teaching methods and partnerships make this program unique that everyone in the biotech field should consider.
We had travel opportunities in the MCTM program that expanded my global network with leaders in the overseas business community and enabled me to build strong networks.