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Cameron School of Business MSA


program. I looked into the degree at St.
Thomas and found it was very
comprehensive. I like that the MSA
curriculum will allow me to sit for the
CPA exam. In my classes I am learning
the knowledge and skills that will help me
succeed after graduation.
Ana Gabriela Pia Aguirre
MSA, Class of 2014

Admission
Admission decisions are based on a combination of
the score attained on graduate management
Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record
Examination (GRE) and undergraduate grade point
average (GPA). The GMAT or GRE is not on
admission requirement for a student who already
holds a graduate degree.

Knowledge and Skill


The Cameron School of Business prepares students
to succeed in todays continually-evolving globally
economy.
Students wants:
Experience USTs distinctive ethical and
humanistic approach to education
Become well-informed global citizens
Receive a personalized education by working
closely with faculty in a small-class environment
Integrate multi-disciplinary perspectives in
synthesizing and analyzing information
Work on team projects and learn to become
business leaders
Learn to communicate clearly, effectively and
logically in business situations
Recognize moral and ethical issues in
business and use learned knowledge to resolve
those issues
Demonstrate a firm understanding of
fundamental business issues and processes
Have the opportunity to become technically
proficient in a chosen area of ​​specialization

The University
The University of St. Thomas is truly a shining
Star in the heart of Houston.
The Newman Guide to Choosing a
Catholic College: Among 22 U.S. Catholic
colleges and universities recommended by
the Cardinal Newman Society, and among
28 such institutions worldwide
Range of choices: Degree programs
focused on business, sciences, liberal
arts and education at the
undergraduate and graduate levels

Personal instruction: Average class size of 17

Our Career Services team provides on-campus


recruiting, career fairs and networking events for
employers and students. Cameron School of
Business graduates hold executive and
managerial positions in a variety of corporations,
nonprofit organizations, healthcare organizations
and government agencies, including:

Personal approach: Faculty know


students by name

CenterPoint Energy
Morgan Stanley
Hewlett-Packard
JP Morgan Chase
City of Houston
United Airlines
ExxonMobil Chemical
ARAMCO
PricewaterhouseCoopers United Way
Marathon Oil Company
MD Anderson Cancer Center
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with your
smart phone to
view the graduate
COD video.

Graduate Degrees

Specialty areas: high acceptance rate


in medical and dental schools for
Pre-Med and Pre-Dental students

Careers and Employment

Cameron School
of business

Nationally ranked: Ranked 34th among


universities offering masters degrees in
the Western region by the U.S. News &
World Report 2013 edition of Americas
Best colleges
Nationally ranked: Ranked by The
Princeton Review as Best in the West
in its Best Colleges: Region by Region
online profile found at
www.princetonreview.com
Study abroad: The University of St. Thomas
periodically ranks among the top 20% of
U.S. universities whose students study abroad
Catholic tradition: Houstons only Catholic
university, founded by the Basilian Fathers
in 1947

Choose VAT
If you are interested in learning more about the
Cameron School of Business MBA, MSA and
MSF programs, contact:
713-525-2100
[email protected]
www.choose-ust.org/business

Educating Leaders of Faith and Character


3800 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
www.stthom.edu
The University of St. Thomas is a private institution committed to the liberal arts
and to the religious, ethical and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education.

Educating Leaders of Faith and Character

College Initiative Begins Here


Cameron School of Business
Cameron School of Business (CSB) at the
University of St. Thomas serves students of
diverse backgrounds and teaches professional
skills necessary for a changing global economy.
Inspired by the educational tradition of its
founders, the Basilian Fathers, CSB is committed
to educating ethical business leaders capable of
managing the organizations of the future.
The Cameron School of Business Advantage

CSB offers proficiency courses to ease the


transition to business core classes for students
who do not hold undergraduate business
degrees. These courses are designed to prepare
students to meet the demands and rigor of the
graduate business curricula.

Center for Business Ethics

Joshua Lavallais
MBA, Class of 2015

A student-to-faculty ratio of 16: 1 that


assures small classes and individual attention
Outstanding faculty: highly published,
many with current professional involvement
and most with terminal degrees
Internship opportunities to help students
narrow their career interests and gain
professional experience
Study abroad opportunities that broaden
students horizons by acquainting them
with other cultures and business practices
Total cost of graduate programs comparable
to those of other quality programs in the
Houston area

Housed within the CSB, the Center for Business


Ethics helps students learn about a variety of
ethical issues affecting business. The Center
offers:

Master of Business Administration


Accreditation
The University of St. Thomas holds accreditation from the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
(SACSCOC). In addition, the Cameron
School of Business has achieved
accreditation of the Association to
Advance Collegiate Schools of
Business (AACSB), the ultimate
elite accrediting body in business
education worldwide. Only five
percent of all institutions
internationally have gained accreditation
by this agency. This status provides the Cameron School
international recognition as a quality business school.

Business Degree Programs

Master of Business Administration (MBA)


Five-year BBA / MBA
Master of Science in Accounting (MSA)
Master of Science in Finance (MSF)

Education

Emerging Leader Coaching Scholarship


Program
Conferences on business ethics
Public lectures
Greater Houston Business Ethics
Roundtable Award
Beta Epsilon Sigma Business Ethics Society
Women in Business Forum
Mass for Commerce

The MBA requires 36 semester hours with no thesis.


Students may choose one or more of seven areas of
concentration, including:

Accounting
Ethics
Finance
Healthcare Administration
International business
Management Information Systems
marketing

Master of Science in Accounting


The MSA program prepares students for a career in
public or corporate accounting. The MSA requires 36
hours, excluding proficiency courses.

Master of Science in Finance

Business coursework is geared toward the schedule of


working professionals, and classes are available
weekday evenings and Saturdays.

Arts & Sciences

MBA, MSA and MSF for


Non-Business Undergraduates

I chose to attend the University of St. Thomas


because I wanted to be a part of an institution
that placed an equal emphasis on education,
integrity, and most importantly, faith. The ethical
leadership skills that I am learning will help me to
navigate in the workplace after graduation. I.
recommend CSB to any prospective student who
wants to pursue a graduate business degree.

The MSF is designed to serve the needs of working


professionals in the finance field. Excluding proficiency
courses, MSF students are required to take 30 credit
hours in the program.
Details of the MBA, MSA and MSF curricula can be
found online at: www.stthom.edu/cameron.

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Theology

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