Degrees & Programs
JD/MBA Student Interest Group
The goal of the UST MBA JD/MBA Club is to provide opportunities for UST JD/MBA students to gain exposure to a variety of legal careers relating to business, meet other JD/MBAs and JD/MBA alumni, and to facilitate ease of scheduling and cohesion between the law school and the business school.
Calendar of Activities
• September: Beginning of the year kick-off meeting
• October: Panel of Speakers with Business College/Law School (BCLS)
• October: JD/MBA Alumni/Student Networking Happy Hour with law school
• November: Information meeting about the joint degree
• February: Featured Speaker
• March: Collaboration lunch/speaker with BCLS
• April: Networking Happy Hour
Vice President of Internal Communications
Vice President of Finance
Clubs & Organizations
- Accounting and Finance Club
- Aristotle Fund
- First Book
- Health Care/Medical Industry Interest Group
- Human Capital Management Club
- International Business Club
- JD/MBA Student Interest Group
- Marketing Club
- MBA Women International (MBAWI)
- National Black MBA Association
- National Society of Hispanic MBAs
- Net Impact Club
- Venture Capital/Private Equity Club
The UST MBA Credo
As part of the UST MBA program you join a distinctive community. As a Catholic university, St. Thomas places emphasis on the dignity and worth of every person, the love of truth and a commitment to using one’s education to make the world a better place for everyone to live and work. Membership in this community carries with it high expectations regarding the ways in which each person acts. All members of the UST MBA community are expected to honor the following commitments in all their actions:
• A commitment to the highest standards of honesty and personal integrity – both inside and outside the classroom.
• A commitment to treat others in a respectful manner, regardless of differences such as race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.
• A commitment to open discourse and free exchange of ideas.
• A commitment to exercise mutual care and responsibility in all relationships.
• A commitment to an active concern for the safety, security and well-being of each individual and a respect for individual, communal and university property.
• A commitment to being an “active learner,” striving to the best of one’s ability to acquire knowledge and skills to become an effective, responsible leader in a continually evolving global business community.