The Baylor Executive MBA Program delivers a significant return on your investment.
In 2013, the Financial Times ranked the Baylor Executive MBA Program #31 in the US and #1 in Dallas/Fort Worth for increase in salary for the fifth year in a row. We are proud of the fact that our graduates have consistently reported a salary increase of 40-60% three years after graduation for the last 10 years.
- Average Salary Increase (3 Years After Graduation)
Increase in Salary: The increase in salary is supplied by the annual Financial Times EMBA Rankings which surveys EMBA alumni 3 years after graduation.
Our curriculum is designed to have an immediate and continued practical application in the workplace. This often generates advancements and greater job responsibilities for students while enrolled in our program.
- Percent of Students Receiving Promotions (Within three years of starting the program)
This data is self-reported to the Baylor Executive MBA Program office by students of the last three graduating cohorts.
In 2011, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Baylor Executive MBA Program #37 globally. In this ranking, our surveyed graduates gave our curriculum an A. Through our well designed and rigorous curriculum, you will be stretched and challenged to grow personally. You will also acquire the business knowledge, tools, and skills necessary to elevate your career.
The learning does not stop at graduation. If there is a new course added to the curriculum, we encourage alumni to come back and audit the class at no additional cost. In addition Executive MBA alumni are invited to hear guest speakers and to network with current Executive MBA students throughout the year.
Baylor Brand Recognition
The MBA you earn through the Baylor Executive MBA Program is AACSB accredited. A global Baylor alumni network contributes to a strong Baylor brand recognition across the nation and beyond.