The Cameron School of Business at the University of St. Thomas in Houston will add two new concentrations in entrepreneurship and economics to its MBA program.
The new « entrepreneurship concentration » contains electives in business model innovation, human resource management, entrepreneurial process. The « economics concentration » includes electives in macroeconomics, financial institutions and markets, public finance and managerial economics.
The Cameron MBA also offers other concentrations in Accounting, Ethics, International Business, Finance, Health Care Administration, Marketing and Management Information Systems.
Students are required to complete 27 credit hours in core business courses and nine credit hours of elective courses within one of the nine concentrations enabling them to tailor the program to their interests.