St. Thomas University  

St. Thomas University
16401 N.W. 37th Avenue
Miami Gardents, FL  33064
(305)  628-6546

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The School of Business at St. Thomas University is committed to educating tomorrow’s global leaders. By integrating ethical, social and environmental issues with traditional business courses, students will be equipped with the cross-functional intelligence and the balanced world view necessary to understand the real impact of organization and to become and effective leader.  Its focused curriculum and interactive learning environment give students real-world relevance that they can apply as soon as they graduate.

Transfer Agreement Highlights

The Cooperative Agreement between St. Thomas University and MDC encourages students graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Supervision and Management to enter St. Thomas’ Master of Science in Management (MSM) degree in General Management, which advances MDC graduates’ education by infusing Management courses with leadership, ethics and behavioral principles.

A cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required to be considered for admission; however, the entire body of an individual’s professional and academic experience will be considered.  The basic requirements for admission into St. Thomas University’s MSM program are:  (1) a completed and signed Application for Graduate Admission. (2) Official college transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended.  (3) Two letters of recommendation or completed recommendation forms. (4) Personal Goals Essay. (5) Resume (6) Formal Graduate Writing Assignment. (This exam is administered on campus, at no cost to the applicant, and is waived for students with an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher).

Tuition Reduction

St. Thomas University agrees to waive the non-refundable $40 registration fee, and it agrees to reduce the established tuition rate per credit by 35%.  MDC students will receive a 35% reduction from the established graduate course tuition rate.  So long as the student remains consistently and consecutively enrolled, the student will have assurance that the program courses will be available.

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