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Baylor University offers a diverse catalog of more than 100 master's and doctoral programs to help you reach your career goals. Here, you'll find the support of a caring Christian community and the opportunity to work alongside world-class faculty in purposeful research.

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Admission to the Graduate School at Baylor University is conducted by a formal application process and requires a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States, or proof of equivalent training at a foreign university. Qualified students will be admitted regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, or disability. Ultimate approval for admission to graduate study is given by the Dean of the Graduate School after careful review of the recommendation from the department to which you have applied.

How to Apply
  1. Mark your calendar with our general application deadlines
  2. Explore our Graduate Programs and Graduate Catalog
  3. Sign Up for GoGrad, Complete a 2019 term Online Application, and pay the $50 application fee. (NOTE:  Baylor University's DPT Program application can be found here.)
  4. Submit Test Scores
  5. Send Transcripts

If you have already signed up for a GoGrad account and would like to access your application click here.

If you have gone through this process and have further questions, please refer to the FAQs for Admissions, Live Chat with Admissions, or email us at

Vaccination Requirements for all students under the age of 22. Click here to review documentation.

Note: Baylor Law School, Truett Seminary, and the School of Social Work have separate admissions offices. Please visit their respective web sites for information on applying.

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Baylor University is required by federal law to publish an Annual Fire Safety and Security Report. This report includes institutional policies, procedures and programs concerning safety and security. Some of the areas addressed within the report include crime prevention, fire safety, and Baylor’s response to emergency situations and sexual offenses. Three years’ of statistics for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus, in or on off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the school and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus are also included. This report is available online at You may also request a paper copy from Baylor Department of Public Safety (254-710-2211).