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Welcome to the U.S. Military-Baylor Master's Program in Nutrition and the U.S. Military Dietetic Internship Consortium homepage. These programs work in tandem to train future military dietitians for service in the United States Army and United States Air Force.
These programs are separately accredited but jointly administered over a two year period that results in a Master of Science in Nutrition and the ability to sit for the Registration Examination for Dietitians for qualified graduates. Students do not pay any tuition or relocation fees for these programs and earn a full salary with benefits.
Mission: To train and educate specialized military physical therapists to be leaders in evidence-based sports therapy, clinical excellence, and military-relevant sports medicine research.
Baylor University is a private Christian University and a nationally ranked research institution. The University provides a vibrant campus community for more than 16,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Chartered in 1845 through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continually operating University in Texas and welcomes students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries.
The Baylor Family has rallied together to share how much they want you here at Baylor. Take a look around, sit in a mock lecture, experience campus life and see the Baylor difference from the comfort of your home.
The undergraduate course catalog for Baylor University.
The Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) initiative at Baylor is a campus wide initiative that serves faculty and students from all disciplines. Housed in the Office of Engaged Learning, the goal of URSA is to support, promote, and enhance high-quality undergraduate research and scholarship through research grants and Scholars Week.
With the participation of every faculty and staff member, Baylor University will continue to maintain its role in the support of our community through the 2018 United Way Campaign.
The Office of Advancement’s purpose is to provide opportunities for our Baylor Family to support and engage with Baylor, both through giving to the University and in connecting with their alma mater through our Baylor Alumni program.
Baylor University's combined calendar of events includes the academic calendar, lectures and conferences, athletic events, performing arts & exhibits, alumni & parent events, open houses and more.
This site provides detailed information about each standing committee at Baylor University. Each committee page contains a description, roster, links to annual reports, and contact information.
University Compliance and Risk Services assists with managing and coordinating Board and University policies and procedures as well as managing other elements of a strong corporate governance structure that include an effective risk management office, a comprehensive enterprise risk management program, a strong internal audit function, a well-established institutional conflicts of interest process, and an incident management system (EthicsPoint). University Compliance and Risk Services also manages the university’s Minors on Campus program.
The central libraries, special libraries and resource centers of Baylor house more than 1.6 million bound volumes, more than 2.8 million microforms and government document pieces and thousands of audio-visual items, maps, charts and photographs.
The Baylor Libraries originated on the Baylor campus in Independence in 1845 and have evolved with the university's move to Waco in 1886, the construction of Carroll Library in 1903, the opening of Armstrong Browning Library & Museum in 1951, the building of Moody Memorial Library in 1968, the addition of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library in 1979, the Jesse H. Jones Library expansion in 1992, the emergence of Library and Academic Technology Services in 2001, the onboarding of the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society in 2007, and the welcoming of the Institute for Oral History in 2016.
Baylor University Press is the academic book publishing arm of Baylor University. Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes around forty new academic titles each year. The Press publishes technical scholarship for researchers, tools for teachers, and textbooks for students. All Press publications under our primary academic imprint enjoy rigorous peer review and project development.
The University Marketing and Brand Strategy Team works across the University to identify communications needs and plan and implement integrated communication strategies that are consistent with and supportive of the Baylor brand and meet the diverse needs of our partners. We are a team of communication professionals with a variety of skills and experiences that engages the full breadth of communication tools to advance the mission of Baylor University.
The University Scholars Program is designed for very bright, creative, and self-motivated students who wish to become better read, to devote themselves to the liberal arts, and to express their creativity by participating in a program that includes a component of self-expression.
In accordance with its Christian mission and vision, Baylor University strives to be a community that fulfills its calling as stewards of God's gift of creation. Here you will find the latest news about sustainability efforts around campus, as well as resources to help you instill ecologically-friendly practices at work, on-campus, and at home.
The mission of the University Writing Center (UWC) at Baylor University is to assist undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines to become more effective, more confident writers.