Baylor University MBA


  • AACSB Accredited
  • 100% Online
  • The Baylor Online MBA program is designed for working professionals who desire high education standards with a flexible schedule. Seamlessly integrate courses into daily routine and earn an MBA from a nationally acclaimed institution no matter the location.
  • As a Baylor Business MBA online student, route to professional excellence is paved by the same nationally-acclaimed faculty and curriculum offered on campus, and by a powerful corporate and alumni network that will work to advance success throughout the career.
  • Career Management resources can help you identify employment objectives
  • A powerful Baylor Business Network of 25,000 alumni offering you opportunities to connect
  • Optional participation with Baylor EMBA students in domestic and international experiences
  • Duration: 12-24 months
  • Avg. GMAT score: 607
  • Avg. GRE score: 310
  • Avg. Undergrad GPA: 3.43


  • Students with an undergraduate degree in business from an AACSB-accredited institution can complete an accelerated MBA degree online in 12 months by taking two core courses per term, completing 48 credit hours at a total cost of $51,264.
  • Students whose undergraduate degree is not in business or not a business degree from an AACSB-accredited institution can earn the MBA degree online in 16 months by taking two core courses per term plus additional business foundation courses, completing 60 credit hours at a total program cost of $60,624. Business foundation courses (statistics, accounting, economics, finance, and business law) are taken pass/fail and do not count toward the student’s grade point average. Successful completion confers 12 graduate credit hours on the student’s transcript and must be completed before the student can take a core course.

Program Structure

  • A foundational understanding of the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) acquired during business studies is required before students without an undergraduate degree in business can take the core MBA courses.
  • These students must first complete the CBK business foundation courses. Subjects in these foundation courses include statistics, accounting, economics, finance, and business law.
  • These courses are taken Credit/No completion of the business foundation courses confers 12 graduate credit hours on the student’s transcript and must be completed before taking core courses.

Admission Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in the U.S. or proof of equivalent training at a foreign university is required.
  • Transcripts are required only from degree-granting institutions for bachelor’s degrees and higher. The transcript from your graduating institution must show proof of degree. Transcripts for transfer credits are not required.
  • A detailed current resume, indicating professional work experience
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • The GMAT/GRE is required for applicants with less than four years of post-graduate, leadership, or project management experience.


  • $60,624


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Career Advancement

  • Learning in our online format allows Students to balance personal and professional goals and responsibilities in an experience tailored to fit individual needs.

Poets and Quants Ranking 2021

  • Ranked No. 16 Highest Ranked OMBA in Texas

US News and World Report Ranking

  • #41 in Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs
  • #8 in Best Online Master’s in Nursing Administration Programs
  • #47 in Best Online MBA Programs
  • #14 in Best Online General Management MBA Programs
  • Overall Score 73/100

Acceptance Rate

  • 78%

University Reviews

  • Academically, I have loved my time at Baylor. I was able to breeze through high school and do very well in all my classes, but once I got to Baylor, I was truly challenged on a consistent basis for the first time in my academic career.
  • The online experience was new and exciting due to how its a change of scenery and the classes I took were amazing and I learned so much about being yourself and staying positive. I did not take courses online, however I like Baylor overall. They were very helpful.
  • I loved my academic department and my counselor was always helpful. My department helped me prosper as a student and as a student.