Master of Business Administration Online
Tuition: $49,296 - $58,296 *
The accelerated Baylor Business MBA online provides the tools of principled leadership that will enable you to command admiration and deliver results. Through engaging, hands-on experiences, you will learn to communicate professionally, work in teams, and approach complex business situations with faith-based integrity. The accelerated MBA online program supports your aspirations with a powerful business alumni network that works for your continued success.
Each course is taught with the proven Baylor MBA "Define, Discover, and Deliver" framework for disciplined leadership:
- Define the purpose of business, considering the stakeholders and the managing environment.
- Discover ideas and technologies that lead to a company’s competitive advantage.
- Deliver results for the company, and evaluate performance against objectives.
Students whose undergraduate degree is not in business or not from an AACSB-accredited institution may also earn their Baylor MBA online by completing courses, including statistics, accounting, economics, finance, and business law, are taken pass/fail and do not count toward the student's grade point average.
Why choose the Baylor Business MBA?
- Accelerated online MBA program can be completed in 12-16 months
- Dedicated, nationally-acclaimed faculty who are readily accessible to students
- 96% after-graduation employment rate in 2015**
- Corporate alliances to land you better employment opportunities
- A powerful Baylor Business Network to enable your career success.
*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 courses per term at a total program cost of $49,296. Students whose undergraduate degree is not in business or not from an AACSB-accredited institution can earn the MBA degree online in 16 months by completing two additional, business foundation courses, for a total program cost of $58,296. These students may enter the program in Spring 1, Spring Term 2, Summer Term 1, Fall Term 1 or Fall Term 2.only. Additional fees apply; $50 application fee and $100 per term administrative fee.
**2015 rate at 90 days following graduation.
"My favorite course, based on the interaction for online learning, would have to be the Negotiations course. The professor really set it up nicely. We had actual negotiations we had to schedule with another student. We had Skype meeting-type of negotiations online, as well."– Milt Flinn, online MBA graduate.
Read Milt's story
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 Credit and do not count toward the student's grade point average, which is based on the 12 core courses in the online MBA curriculum. Successful completion of the business foundation courses confers 12 graduate credit hours on the student's transcript and must be completed before taking core courses.
Students who already have an undergraduate business degree can choose to take the additional foundation courses as an option to facilitate a smooth transition into the MBA program. Students with a business undergraduate degree from a non AACSB accredited university are required to take the foundation courses.
Students will register for each course individually. It is recommended to take accounting and statistics alone in a term but the two can be taken together. Business Law and Finance must be taken together to equal 3 hours of registration and part-time status.