Take graduate level classes as a non-degree student
If you are currently part of a graduate program at another institution and wish to take classes at Baylor for the purpose of transferring credit back to your graduate institution, you will want to apply to Baylor's Graduate School for Transfer of Credit or Transient status. This status is a non-degree seeking status.
Applicants must fill out the top portion of the "Application for Admission for Transfer of Credit" form and pay a $25 application fee. You must also provide an official "letter of good standing" from the Registrar of the school that you are presently attending. This should be submitted in a sealed envelope from the institution. Please be sure to indicate on the application which semester you intend to enroll (Spring, Summer or Fall).
Once complete, send the form and check (made out to Baylor University) to:
One Bear Place #97264
Waco, TX 76798-7264
The Graduate School also requests a cover letter stating you want to take courses in the Hankamer School of Business.
Take graduate classes before being formally admitted to the Graduate School
You will need to register as a post baccalaureate student through the undergraduate Admissions Office. Only six hours of graduate-level work may be taken by a post baccalaureate student. This status will give you an undergraduate transcript but will allow you to take graduate courses. You apply through the undergraduate office (254) 710-3435.
Once you have the post baccalaureate status, you can then register for a graduate course. You will need permission from both the Business and Graduate Schools.
Take graduate classes as a graduate-level student
You can apply to the Graduate School as a non-degree graduate student. This status will give you a graduate transcript. The application requires a $50 fee. You must submit official transcripts from all institutions you have attended, official GMAT scores and two letters of recommendation. Non-degree stduents must satisfy the same admissions standards as fully admitted students.