Dual Degree Scholarships
Dual Degree MBA/MSIS and MBA/MSBA Tuition Scholarships
MBA applicants who also apply for the MSIS or MSBA as part of a dual degree program are considered for scholarships awarded separately by each program. Dual degree applicants who are awarded scholarships from both programs can expect different scholarship amounts.
- MBA and MSIS scholarships range from 25%-100% tuition remission. MBA and MSIS scholarships are not automatic and any amount awarded will be based on the applicant’s overall competitiveness.
- All MSBA applicants are awarded a fixed 65% scholarship.
How Dual Degree Scholarships Are Applied
Both the MBA/MSIS and the MBA/MSBA degree plans take two years to complete. If a dual degree student is awarded a scholarship for each program, but the amounts differ, one amount will be applied to the first year of the student’s dual degree program and the second amount would be applied in the second year.
For example, a dual MBA/MSBA student who receives a 50% MBA scholarship and the fixed 65% MSBA scholarship would have the 50% scholarship applied in year one and the 65% scholarship applied in year two.
Tuition for the MBA degree, as well as dual degrees MBA/MSIS and MBA/MSBA, is charged at a flat rate making the tuition costs consistent from one semester/year to the next.
MBA students admitted into any other dual degree programs outside of the Business School (engineering, law, divinity or social work) will have their MBA scholarship applied to the actual semesters that they’re registered for their Business School classes.
Grants, Loans and Work-Study Opportunities
In addition to program-awarded scholarships, other forms of financial aid are available. Once your application is approved, you may also want to apply for financial aid through Baylor University Student Financial Services. Student Financial Services will work with you to determine your eligibility for grants, loans and work-study programs.
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NOTE: This page is intended to help prospective and admitted students estimate the costs and their expenses associated with enrolling in the program. All information on this page is subject to adjustment. For additional information about cost/expenses, please also refer to Baylor's Student Financial Services. Student employment opportunities can be found on the Student Employment website.