“Sales is the most fundamental skill...it’s an antiquated idea that selling is pushing people to buy something they don’t want, don’t need, or can’t afford. Selling is moving somebody else to action…If you look at things you do over the course of your day, from internal meetings with colleagues to clients calls, almost all of your interactions involve some form of selling.”
(Harvard Business Review, May 2017)
Baylor University's Professional Selling Program is a competitive Program supported by Baylor's Center for Professional Selling. The selective nature of the program allows four full-time faculty to know and engage in each student's learning and development.
ProSales students are bright, with an average GPA of 3.44. In addition to strong IQ, all share a desire to impact others' lives. Students graduating with a Professional Selling major from Baylor University are consistently among the strongest in the nation.