Done in a Week
Done in a Day is now Done in a Week!
The February & April 2021 Done in a Day events have been repackaged and rebranded as a virtual event called Done in a Week. We will offer the same great programming, experiences, and access to faculty, staff, and current students, but in a virtual format that spans three days. The next Done in a Week will be held Monday, February 22nd through Wednesday, February 24th with admissions and scholarship decisions coming on Thursday, February 25th. This allows for a flexible format for students to attend multiple portions of the event over the span of three days while still adhering to the CDC and Baylor recommendations for safe practices.
Attendees who have submitted a complete application along with the required supporting documents (see here for application requirements) will be allowed to interview on Wednesday, February 24th. You will then be given an admission and scholarship interview within 24hrs! Better yet, we will be willing to waive your application fee if you've also registered for any DIAW events. Simply submit your application and let us know once you've been asked to pay your application fee.
Students' Perspective of Done in a Day:
While Done in a Week will vary from Done in a Day, we think that our students' past experiences with DIAD still holds true. Take a look.
Take a look at our February Done in a Week agenda to help you determine which events you'd like to register to attend:
Done in a Week Events
Welcome and Program Introduction
Monday, Feb. 22nd | 10:30am-11:00am
Join Baylor's Associate Dean for Graduate Business Programs and other administration as we kick off the week. We'll have a brief overview of the Baylor MBA and the upcoming week's activities.
Class Visit: Strategic Management
Monday, Feb. 22nd | 11:00am-12:15pm or 12:30pm-1:45pm
Join Dr. Patsy Norman and current MBA students in a live class to discuss current business topics. Strategic Management is a core class that all Baylor MBA students take. This course is designed for individuals interested in business and management consulting. It uses live consulting projects with real businesses that require the application of skills taught in a master's program. It also emphasizes soft skills utilized in management consulting such as teamwork, customer relationship management, and change management. Other topics include resolving critical conflicts and utilizing strategic frameworks. Please note that two identical sections are offered; please only sign up for one.
Faculty Panel and Q&A
Monday, Feb. 22nd | 6:00pm-6:45pm
Faculty members Prof. April Rowsey, Dr. Dawn Carlson, and Dr. Forest Kim will be answering questions about the classroom experience, the culture of the program and current trends in their respective fields of study that influence and impact your time in the program. The panel discussion will be followed up with a Q&A that will allow prospective students to ask questions.
Welcome and Program Previews
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd | 9:45am-10:45am
Along with a brief overview of the program as a whole, you'll gain program insight from our team of student services and career management professionals who focus specifically on our graduate business students. Learn about the curriculum, how the job hunt starts from day one, and what you can expect your day-to-day activities to be. We'll also hear from our admin team for the Healthcare Administration specialization and Pre-clinical Tract to learn more about how the Baylor MBA program is preparing future healthcare industry leaders. Note: Program Previews on Tuesday, Feb. 23rd from 10:15-11:15 will be a single presentation and requires only one registration and login.
MBA Student Forum
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd | 6:00pm-6:45pm
Similar to our faculty panel, this student panel will feature current students who will be answering questions about the reality of enrolling in the Baylor MBA program. Topics may include the program's culture, the academic rigor, living in Waco, career development, facilities and resources, or faculty interactions.
Want to know what the program is really like? Join us and bring your questions.
Admission & Scholarship Interviews
Wednesday, Feb. 24th | TBA
At the conclusion of the events on Monday and Tuesday, students will be able to sign up for virtual admissions interviews. Please know that you will need to have submitted a complete application and all of the supporting documents in order to receive a 24-hour admissions and scholarship decision.
Admission & Scholarship Decisions Delivered
Thursday, Feb. 25th | 8:00am-5:00pm
Applicants who have completed the application requirements will be notified if they have been accepted and if they've been awarded a scholarship.