The Army-Baylor Program faculty and staff are comprised of U.S. military officers, non-commissioned officers, and Department of the Civilian employees.
The Army-Baylor University Program provides time and support for faculty development, research and/or scholarship, and service. All faculty and staff members are members of the Program Faculty Development Committee.
This program adheres to the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) standards of excellence.
Policies meeting CAHME standards can be found below.
This organization abides by Equal Opportunity standards
Each year the Army-Baylor MHA/MBA recognizes outstanding faculty with end of year awards. A complete list of awardees for education, research, and service can be found here.
All program faculty and staff members are required to attend the U.S. Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Common Faculty Development Instructor Course. The policy relating to Faculty Development Objectives can be found here.
Links to other faculty development resources:
The DoD Performance Management and Appraisal Program (DPMAPS) covers the Department of the Army civilians in the Army-Baylor University Program. Military officers and non-commissioned officers in the program are covered by the respective Service evaluation policies.
All faculty members are expected to contribute to student development and service through teaching, mentoring, and academic advising. High quality teaching is the primary responsibility of each faculty member. Faculty members will maintain academic freedom in course instruction and design IAW Baylor University policies and TRADOC regulation 350-70, Army Learning Policy and Systems. Faculty members may research and publish on an individual basis. Faculty oads are determined by the Program Director based on the needs of the Program and its students. All faculty members are also responsible to assist students in professional and career development through advising and mentoring.
All assigned Department of the Army Civilians assigned to the Army-Baylor Program are organized under the U.S. Medical Center of Excellence (U.S. MEDCoE). DA Civilian employees are covered by the Laborer’s International Union of North America (LIUNA) Local 28. LIUNA Local 28 Bargaining Agreement Vacancies From time to time, there are Department of Army civilian vacancies to fill in the program. To check for vacancies, please check the USAJobs to apply for any open positions
Last Updated: 20230914