Graduate Programs Recognized

Graduate Programs Recognized

Every year, U.S. News & World Report unveils its ranking of American colleges and universities. Last fall, Baylor was ranked 79th nationally and was named a “Best Value School.”

Such rankings are typically based on undergraduate education. U.S. News released its “Best Graduate Schools 2021” rankings in March. Here’s a quick look at how some of Baylor’s graduate programs fared in the latest rankings:


  • Baylor Law School’s trial advocacy program held steady at No. 2 nationally.
  • The Louise Herrington School of Nursing’s U.S. Army graduate program in anesthesia nursing ranked No. 8, while its nurse-midwifery program ranked No. 21.
  • The U.S. Army-Baylor master’s degree program in healthcare management ranked No. 9.
  • The U.S. Army-Baylor doctor of physical therapy program in Baylor’s Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences jumped into the rankings at No. 13.
  • The Hankamer School of Business’ graduate program in entrepreneurship rose to 15th. The MBA in healthcare administration program held steady at 17th, and Baylor’s MBA online program ranked 47th.
  • The Baylor School of Education’s graduate program in curriculum and instruction debuted at No. 29.
  • Baylor Law School came in at No. 50.

Graduate Programs Online

Baylor’s online graduate professional education programs provide an academically rigorous Christian education with flexible learning opportunities, field and project work and strategically scheduled immersions to prepare participants for career growth. Learn more at: baylor.edu/online