Earning an MBA shouldn't be just about earning a degree. It shouldn't be just about getting that new job or promotion. While those things clearly matter, so should the overall experience of being in an MBA program. Here are just a few opportunities our students find to accentuate their classroom experience. Doing so helps them maximize their time in the program, cultivate their personal and professional networks, and allows them to hone their leadership and communication skills.
Be sure to also take a moment to learn about other ways Baylor MBA students get involved by giving back. Visit our Community Involvement page.
Baylor Student Chapter of the Adam Smith Society
"The Adam Smith Society works to provide a venue where this discussion of foundational ideas can be explored and applied to the current economic environment. We believe that MBA students and business professionals should acquire more than just expertise in areas such as management, marketing, and quantitative analysis—as important as these skills are. They should also come to understand—and be able to defend—the nature of the economic system that fosters job creation, wealth generation, the alleviation of poverty globally, and scientific innovation." The Adam Smith Society
The Baylor chapter of the Adam Smith Society hosted a 2020 virtual debate between two very prominent experts within the field of healthcare. The topic was healthcare in the United States and whether a single-payer system would help or hurt the economy.
Graduate Business Association (GBA)
The GBA provides opportunities for students to serve as leaders and to participate in student-organized events.
Major goals each semester include:
- Assist in orientation activities
- Organize community service events
- Arrange guest speakers
- Assist in recruiting quality MBA students
- Sponsor social events
Read more about Baylor's Graduate Business Association and its role in our MBA students' experience while in the program.
Future Healthcare Executives
The Robbins MBA Healthcare Program sponsors the Future Healthcare Executives for current students, students in residency, and alumni. The program enables each member to be better educated and more prepared for challenges facing healthcare leaders today.
Women in Business at Baylor University
Women in Business is dedicated to developing a strong network of Christian women that provides opportunities for personal growth and business relationship development.