Who is Baylor Business?
- Ranked No. 67 by Bloomberg Businessweek Best Business Schools, 2017, U.S. Rankings
- Ranked No. 59 by U.S. News, 2019 rankings
- Specialization in Healthcare Administration is ranked No. 17 by U.S. News, 2016 rankings
- Poets & Quants school profile
What sets the Baylor MBA program apart?
Our top priority is to develop accomplished leaders with integrity and purpose. Our culture champions life-long learning, highly-regarded scholarship, and service to others.
Learning in the Real World
Work directly with company executives to analyze an identified dilemma, prepare research, critically assess, and develop viable solutions for an actual business as part of our MBA Focus Firm class.
Securing a Future
With a Career Management team that was recently ranked #3 in the nation for job placement by U.S. News, they will help you determine a personalized plan of action for your career based on your unique qualifications, talent, experience and vocational interests.
Leading with Integrity
Through our focus on teaching the importance of ethics in business, our hope is that we will set you up with the skills needed for success in your future career.
Engaging with Faculty
When it comes to our professors, we look for leaders who know how to enlighten, inspire and uplift. Above all, Baylor professors transcend learning, transform lives, and care about each one of our students.
Expanding your Network
Baylor Business Network events feature prominent speakers that offer support and assistance for MBA students and 26,000+ business alumni.
Giving to Community
Use your business skills to give back to the community. Baylor MBAs volunteer along side business executives to help prisoners in the Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) prepare business plans.
The Business School values serve as the foundation of our decisions, research, and curriculum. Our MBA students reflect on what the different values mean:
Still have questions?
Maybe you'd like a bit different perspective? Connect with a student ambassador to learn about all aspects of being in the Baylor MBA program. Ask questions about the application process, what an expected courseload will be like, student clubs and outside-of-class involvement, or about their chosen concentration. Wondering how a non-business undergraduate degree affects your performance in the MBA program? Ask an ambassador!
Our ambassadors are great at answering all types of questions and look forward to assisting you in your decision-making process.