Hankamer School of Business
Cultivating principled leaders to serve the global marketplace through transformational learning and impactful scholarship—all within a culture of innovation guided by Christian values.
Experiential and innovative learning opportunities provide undergraduate students with a hands-on education and real-world experience.
Customized learning in a real-world setting designed for professionals looking to take their careers to the next level in leadership.
Rigorous and comprehensive graduate programs prepare students for professional careers—whether in academics or industry settings.
The purposeful research conducted at the Hankamer School of Business strives to make lasting changes to improve the lives of those in our community, nation and the world at large. Explore the ways Business faculty and students are expanding the scope of research conducted.
The Hankamer School of Business believes in transformational, worldwide discovery for students, faculty and staff. Through the McBride Center for International Business, students are encouraged to explore global experiences within their degree program through study abroads, international internships and Business mission abroad programs. Faculty and staff also have the opportunity to engage in global initiatives, pursuing international research possibilities and incorporating discovered concepts into their classrooms.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) is celebrating 100 years of cultivating principled leaders and serving the global marketplace through transformational learning and impactful scholarship in a culture of innovation guided by Christian values. Alumni, students, faculty and friends are all invited to become an HSB Centennial Champion.
Two former program directors of the Army-Baylor Graduate Program wanted to leave a legacy that would connect them back to the program even after being gone for so long. Little did they know how strong of an impact that their contribution, Gazpacho the bear, would make on faculty, alumni and current students.
We are excited to welcome Michael Rodriguez, Kevin Hee and Owen Davidson to the Department of Accounting and Business Law.
Tim Thomasson reflects on a unique year as graduate program director, acknowledging the challenges and celebrating the achievements of the 2021-2022 academic year.
Baylor Business Review
The spring 2023 issue highlights the experiential and innovative learning that exists within the Hankamer School of Business. From hands-on coursework to engaging on-site explorations, this issue features stories on alumni who have benefited from experiential learning opportunities, innovative faculty-development programs and purposeful research impacting the world at large.