A key aspect of the Baylor MBA student experience that sets the Baylor MBA apart is our intentional value system. This value system serves our students well not only while at Baylor, but also as they build their careers and serve as leaders in their industries and communities.
As an expression of our commitment to these values, we have boldy inscribed them into the pillars upon which our school is built. Doing so serves as a reminder to ourselves, our students, and the world what we stand for.
Take a moment to learn from our students what these values mean to them. And then, we'd love to hear what they mean to you.
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- “Often we think of leadership as one person standing at the front who everyone else blindly follows. A good leader listens more than they speak, and they value everyone’s opinion. I think of the leader being more at the back of the room than the front.”
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- “On the final day of class he recited the final scene of Don Quixote to instill in us that the way we treat others can have a powerful impact on how they perceive themselves. This one moment reinforced not only my business plans but how I treat others.”
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- "After working in industry I saw how the field of marketing is becoming increasingly reliant on exploiting big data and decided to study information systems in addition to general business. I had to use my resources to transform myself in a way.”
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