Instructional Locations & Collaborations

Baylor’s main campus is located in Waco, Texas but the university also provides instruction at twelve separate Off-campus Instructional Sites (OCIS). In addition the university has extended its instructional offerings through collaborative agreements with other institutions and entities. 

Additional Instructional Locations

Regional Sites

+ Baylor Research Institute
   3310 Live Oak Suite #501
   Dallas, TX 75204
   United States
+ Executive MBA Program-Austin
   3107 Oak Creek Drive Suite 240
   Austin, TX 78727
   United States
+ Louise Herrington School of Nursing
   333 North Washington Avenue
   Dallas, TX 75246
   United States
+ South Main Baptist Church
   Education Building 4100 Main Street
   Houston, TX 77002
   United States
+ Tallowood Baptist Church
   555 Tallowood Road
   Houston, TX 77024
   United States
+ Trinity Baptist Church
   319 East Mulberry Avenue
   San Antonio, TX 78212
   United States
 

Military Sites

+ Brooke Army Medical Center
   3630 Stanley Road Suite 215
   Fort Sam Houston, TX
   United States
+ Darnall Army Medical Center
   36000 Darnall Loop Box 32
   Fort Hood, TX 76544-4752
   United States
+ David Grant USAF Medical Center
   Travis AFB
   101 Bodin Circle
   Fairfield, CA 94533
   United States
+ Madigan Army Medical Center
   Joint Base Lewis–McChord
   9040 Fitsimmons Drive Building 9040
   Tacoma, WA 98431
   United States
+ Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center
   4700 Las Vegas Boulevard North
   Nellis AFB, NV 89191
   United States
+ US Military Academy
   West Point, NY
   United States
 
+ William Beaumont Army Medical Center
   5005 North Piedras Street
   El Paso, TX
   United States

  
  
 

 

Collaborative Academic Agreements

Baylor University collaborates with higher education institutions and other entities to support its academic mission through various types of arrangements, including cooperative academic agreements, internship placement agreements, study abroad agreements, and transfer articulation agreements. The listing below reflects cooperative academic agreements where Baylor awards credits for coursework that includes contributions from other institutions or entities.

US Accredited Institutions

Collaborator   Summary   % of Program   PrimaryInstMethod   Student Cost

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor   It allows for a student to graduate with a B.S. with a major in Engineering Science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and a B.S. in Electrical Computer Engineering, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering or a B.S. in Engineering from Baylor within 5 years   <50%   in person   Not applicable

Xavier University   The agreement allows for students from both universities to take courses at each other's campuses during the spring term   <25%   in person   Travel costs and personal expenses- including textbooks.

Texas State Technical College   Baylor and TSTC offer a coordinated program of instruction leading to the B.S. in Aviation Science (B.S.A) at Baylor with the option of obtaining an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) degree at TSTC   <25%   in person   Tuition paid through Baylor, but flight training costs are separate and available on program website.

International Institutions

Baylor has an extensive network of collaborations with insitutions around the world to facilitate study abroad and exchange. The Center for Global Engagement has a separate website called BearsAbroad (linked here) that contains detailed information about the programs, instruction, and costs associated with each institution. 

Other Entities

Collaborator   Summary   % of Program   PrimaryInstMethod   Student Cost

U.S. Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCoE)   MEDCoE provides military students access to graduate healthcare-related programs offered at military bases/medical centers under Baylor affiliated faculty   <25%   in person   No additional cost

Universal Flight Concepts (UFC)   UFC provides aircraft, access to airport facilities, and FAA rated instructors for delivering 6 flight courses which account for 10 SCH of the 124 SCH required for the B.S. in Aviation Sciences program.   <25%   in person   Flight training costs are available on program website

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