COVID-19 Updates

Updated August 27, 2021

MBA Admissions Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Just as COVID-19 has had an incredible impact on currently enrolled students, we realize that it can be a cause for concern for prospective students who are in the process of applying. While the impact has been widespread, the University, the Hankamer School of Business and the Graduate Business Degree Programs have worked hard to continue providing a seamless application process for prospective students. Our Executive and Full-Time MBA classes are currently meeting in person.

International Students

Please monitor The Center for Global Engagement's website for up-to-date information relating to our International student population. The information included on this page includes:

  • Enrollment Requirements
  • U.S. Visas
  • Fall Calendar and Classes
  • Coming to Campus
  • Travel Bans/Requirements and U.S. Presidential Proclamations

Tours, Information Sessions and Admissions Interviews

Please know that we are here to help and want to encourage you to reach out with questions about any part of the application and admission process for all of our Baylor MBA programs.  We are hosting in-person tours, information sessions and admissions interviews within the parameters established by Baylor University's Coronavirus Response. We encourage you to schedule a phone or Zoom consultation for an individual appointment, visit a class or attend one of our information sessions. Please reach out to the program you are interested in to determine how to best connect with them.

Admissions Process Changes and Updates

As it currently stands, the application process remains unchanged for our Austin EMBA, Dallas EMBA, and Online MBA programs. Please contact the specific program you are interested in applying to in order to receive any additional updates. The Full-time MBA admissions changes can be found below:

Full-time MBA Admissions Process Updates:

Visit our Admissions page for the 2021 application as well as any additional updates related to COVID-19 (i.e. revised application deadlines, test requirements).

GMAT and GRE Requirements: The Full-Time MBA program requires applicants to submit either a GMAT or GRE score as part of their application. If you don't feel comfortable with the in-person test, both the GMAT and the GRE offer a fully online option. If you intend to apply to the Full-Time MBA for 2021, you should expect to take either the GMAT or the GRE and begin preparing as soon as possible to give yourself every opportunity to score well. Preparing for and scoring well on either the GMAT or GRE is a great way to increase your odds of being accepted into the FTMBA and increase the likelihood of receiving a scholarship. To prepare for the GMAT or GRE, take a moment to visit our blog to read: GMAT & GRE—Getting the Score You Want.

Care and Concern for Our Students

While our faculty, staff, and administration are all working hard to ensure that our current students feel academically supported, we are communicating with our students to ensure that they are also physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually supported. Click here for a list of resources offered to Baylor’s Graduate Business students. Additional information about Baylor University's coronavirus response can be found here: Current Baylor Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information.

Master of Business Administration

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Baylor MBA programs combine rigorous, customized classroom learning and real-world experience in equipping today's business professionals to lead with excellence, integrity, and ingenuity in the global marketplace.

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