The Commercial Banking Program was established in 2012 to help students prepare for a career in commercial and corporate banking and attract major commercial bank recruiters to Baylor University. The required courses are structured during a student's junior and senior years and consist of a variety of finance and general business electives. These pre-selected electives will not increase the total number of hours for a student's degree requirements.
The Commercial Banking Program is sponsored by the Banking Advisory Council that endows commercial bank scholarships and provides strategic counsel to the Finance Department. Commercial bank representatives serve in an advisory role that includes developing student knowledge and interest in commercial banking. They also provide insight into recent developments in the commercial banking industry.
Banking Advisory Council
- Amegy Bank
- Bank of Texas
- Comerica Bank
- Community Bank & Trust
- Frost Bank
- JPMorgan Chase Bank
- Regions Bank
- Texas Capital Bank
- Wells Fargo Bank
Interested in learning more? View the program requirements.
- Signals to commercial bank recruiters that you are interested in a career in banking
- Networking opportunities with commercial bank executives
- Networking opportunities with former Commercial Banking Program students
- Consideration for merit-based commercial bank scholarships
To learn more about commercial banking, view the "Commercial Lending and Capital Structure" and "Start to Finish: How to Initiate and Close a Deal" videos. If you have additional questions, please contact Mr. Ernest Fletcher, Jr. at 254-710-7481 or Ernest_Fletcher@baylor.edu.