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The Dual-Track MA in School Leadership offers preparation for emerging school leaders in both public and independent school settings.
Baylor University Mail Services processes and distributes mail for departments, faculty and students residing on campus.
Major Exploration & Success Advising (MESA) offers services designed to help students fulfill their academic goals and potential. In addition to selecting classes, professional advisers assist students with reviewing degree audits, finding a major, developing academic plans, and clarifying personal goals. Advisers and mentors connect students with resources on campus and beyond that can facilitate them in making important life decisions.
Listing of undergraduate majors and minors.
The Management faculty, comprised of a group of diverse, experienced, and highly knowledgeable professionals, is committed to developing high caliber, quality students who possess great potential for professional success.
Guided by the mission of Baylor University and a commitment to share the stories of Baylor and its people, the Division of Marketing and Communications provides leadership, builds partnership, offers strategic direction and advances priorities that extend and support the mission of Baylor University.
Students majoring in Marketing receive a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. Students who choose to major in Marketing must take 18 hours in Marketing beyond the Business Core Requirements--three required courses and three electives.
The Martin Museum of Art offers quality exhibitions of fine art to the students, faculty, and staff of Baylor University and to the Waco and Central Texas communities.
The home page for the department of Mathematics.
The Mayborn Museum Complex brings together, in one location the resources of hands-on discovery rooms and interactive natural science and cultural history galleries, including outdoor exhibits. This usually rich combination provides a wide spectrum of engaging learning opportunities for learners and visitors of all ages.
Graduate Programs career opportunities for students.
The Hankamer School of Business is preparing students for positions of leadership in a dynamic environment of global production, exchange, information, and finance. For this purpose, we offer an assortment of international business courses and degree offerings, and encourage our students to participate in study-abroad programs, foreign language instruction, campus lectures, international student organizations, and other extracurricular activities (such as Baylors award-winning Model U.N. program).
Over 7,000 bricks line the McLane Stadium south plaza and walkway to McLane Stadium. This site will help you locate your special brick.
Up to date menus for the faculty dining center.
The McMullen-Connally Family Collection consists of 227 watercolors by over sixty different artists and numerous personal artifacts. The watercolors represent a specific movement known as the California School of Watercolor that flourished in the 1930s and 1940s.
A federally funded program with the goal of increasing the number of students in doctoral degree programs who are low-income and first-generation undergraduates, or students who come from groups underrepresented in graduate education.
The Media and Public Relations office of the Marketing and Communications division serves as a primary contact point for media looking for information about the University. Media and Public Relations staff can assist reporters in locating experts for stories, and they issue news releases daily on Baylor events and announcements.
Medical Humanities is intended primarily for undergraduate students entering health care professions.
Memorial Hall is a tightly-knit, academically focused community of women involved in the Honors Residential College at Baylor.
The Middle East is the cradle of both Western civilization and of three major religious traditions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Military Studies (MILS) is an interdisciplinary program with the primary focus of educating students about military practices and institutions throughout history and around the world to prepare them for worldwide leadership and service.
The mission of Baylor University is to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community.
The study of foreign language, literature, and culture gives students direct access to different parts of the world and at the same time provides them with novel perspectives from which to view American life.
Joint with Colorado School of Mines, the National Science Foundation has funded the MoWaTER program, which contains two primary parts—a novel, introductory data science course and an undergraduate summer research program.
The Central Libraries are composed of Moody Memorial Library (opened 1968) and Jesse H. Jones Library (opened 1992). These two libraries, connected with a corridor on first and second floors, together serve as the main library facility on campus.
The definitive site for finding information about moving into a residence hall, living & learning center, or apartment operated by Baylor University's Campus Living & Learning.
Baylor University recognizes the changing demographics of our nation and how those changes will directly affect our University community. Therefore, Baylor is committed to a policy of inclusiveness, understanding and acceptance of all regardless of race or ethnicity. Consistent with the statement, Baylor will challenge and educate all members of the University community through cultural awareness programs and by precept and example.
The Multicultural Greek Council was created for the purpose of encouraging community service and philanthropy, support of high academic standards, the development of campus and community leaders, and to educate all Baylor students on issues of diversity. At this time the council is composed of six sororities and three fraternities.
The Department of Museum Studies at Baylor University prepares students for successful museum careers, emphasizing administration, curatorship, collections management, exhibits, and education, through guided instruction, research, and practical application.
Welcome to the Baylor School of Music, a place where future professionals are nourished and trained. It is a place for serious musicians who are resolute about pursuing new frontiers and who are not afraid to challenge musical conventions.