All MBA students begin with foundational business courses in late July on Baylor's main campus in Waco, so when the fall term begins, you and your new cohort are ready to embark upon the challenging core curriculum. Elective courses enable you to gain a deeper understanding of specific business functions to support your career aspirations. You can take a variety of electives for a broad overview of business or you can pursue a concentration that certifies proficiency in a specific area. Either way, you'll leave prepared to maximize your leadership potential in an ever-changing marketplace.
Programs and Course Information
Find your place in our collaborative, diverse classroom environment where women represent 40% and minorities represent 20% of our MBA community. Our average entering class size is 50 students—an ideal size for individualized support and student-led discussions.
Earn your MBA in 17 months (which includes a 3-month internship) or your MBA in Healthcare Administration in 22 months (which includes a 9-month executive residency)—a small investment of time to gain lifelong career benefits.
Customize your degree to fit your career goals. Choose from four degree plans to tailor your studies: Healthcare Administration, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship & Corporate Innovation and Cybersecurity.
Your career development is our priority. Upon admission, all MBA students gain immediate access to Baylor’s Career Center. We’re proud to report that 91% of our MBA candidates land a career-building job within 90 days of graduation.
Scholarship availability (most of our MBA students receive between 25 to 100% tuition remission) mean maximum ROI, especially for early career candidates whose average starting salary is $78,000+ after earning an MBA.
We place value on GPA and GMAT/GRE scores, work experience, leadership experience in student activities for early career candidates, and a strong recommendation from a supervisor.