MBA Career Management

Baylor Business MBA

Opening the Door to Your Future

Through structured career development courses, MBA students earn academic credit and learn to:

  • Identify career objectives
  • Develop life-long career management skills
  • Enhance employment opportunities

We produce competent, confident, successful business leaders who are sought out for their integrity, decision-making skills and ability to work effectively with others.

MBA Career Management is dedicated to full-time MBA students. MBA students also have access to resources in the Business School's Office of Career Management.

A Vast Network

Current MBA students benefit from access to the Baylor Business Network, which allows current students to interact and expand both business and personal relationships with Baylor alumni.

MBA Job Placement

2015 internships - residencies 100%
Placement at graduation (2015 graduates) 87%
Placement 90 days after graduation (2015 graduates) 96%
Average Starting Salary (2015 graduates) $77,900
Average Signing Bonus (2015 graduates) $11,022
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