Who is Baylor Business?
Our top priority is to develop accomplished leaders with integrity and purpose. Our culture champions life-long learning, highly-regarded scholarship, and service to others.
- Ranked No. 65 by U.S. News, 2015 rankings (No. 31 for placement at 90 days)
- Ranked No. 25 for specialization in Entrepreneurship by U.S. News, 2013 rankings
- Ranked No. 25 MBA Healthcare Administration by U.S.News in 2013
What sets the Baylor MBA program apart?
Belief in Experiential Learning
The MBA Focus Firm project allows students to learn by doing. Rather than reviewing case studies or running through simulations, the Focus Firm project partners students with a high-profile company. During the Spring 2014 semester, students worked on a project for Nike, headquartered in Beaverton, OR.
MBA students enrolled in the Practicum in Portfolio Management class manage an investment portfolio currently valued around $5 million. The class meets in the Southwest Securities Financial Markets Center, a state-of-the-art class and resource room, designed in part to mimic a securities "trading room."
Expectations of Principled Leadership
Factored into every aspect of Baylor's MBA program is an ethical focus.
Commitment to Community
Baylor MBA students use their business skills to give back to the community. For example, they volunteer along side business executives to help prisoners in the Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) prepare business plans.
Is Baylor the right place for my career?
Baylor's Career Development program will equip you with the tools necessary to achieve your chosen career. With more than 20,000 graduates, our Business School offers you access to an extensive network of professional contacts.
Through the Baylor Business Network, alumni offer their time to mentor MBA students. Whether you are launching a new career or looking to extend one, Baylor alumni are an invaluable asset.