Step 1: Start Application
There is one primary term of entry for the full-time MBA program. This year, students will start class on campus on August 3, 2020.
If you want to start your MBA degree in January, contact Scot Sanders to discuss possible degree plan options.
Step 2: Submit Materials
A current resume is required, specifically describing those activities, honors, or awards that you believe helpful to ensuring success in the MBA program.
A cover letter is required. Just as you would apply for a professional position, the one-page cover letter would include reasons why you are qualified for a place in the graduate degree program, how your participation will add value to the graduate degree program, or explain any other information useful to the admissions committee.
Separate essays are not required. We look forward to getting to know you better during the interview.
One letter of recommendation is required. In the application, you will provide the name and email address for one reference, who will be sent an email message with a link directing him or her to a web page to submit the recommendation.
A bachelors degree from an accredited institution in the United States, or proof of equivalent training at a foreign university, is required.
Transcripts are required only from degree-granting institutions for bachelor's degrees and higher. The transcript from your graduating institution must show proof of degree. Transcripts for transfer credits are not required.
Baylor students and graduates need to request a Baylor transcript from the Registrar's Office: Request Baylor Transcripts.
Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for the evaluation process. If your application is approved, official transcripts will be required to complete your admission to the MBA program.
See delivery instructions for official transcripts at www.baylor.edu/graduate/index.php?id=958628.
Either the GMAT or GRE is required for applications to the full-time MBA program. There is no minimum GMAT or GRE score requirement.
Unofficial copies of the test scores are acceptable for the evaluation process.
A $50 non-refundable fee, payable by credit card or check, is required to process your application.
Military Applicants: Baylor waives the $50 application fee for all active or veteran military personnel who apply for the full-time MBA program.
Baylor Alumni: The Business School waives the application fee for any full-time MBA applicant who is a Baylor graduate at the time of application submission. This waiver is not available for currently-enrolled undergraduates. Please contact Scot Sanders at email@example.com to request the application fee waiver prior to paying the fee.
Step 3: Schedule Interview
We encourage all applicants to come to campus for the interview, so you can see the Business School and determine if Baylor is the right place for you. If you are not able to travel to campus, you can arrange to interview by phone or Skype.
Select a date and time for your interview via our Scheduling Calendar.