Immediately upon being admitted into the MBA program, you'll gain access to Baylor's Career Center team. Your designated Career Center advisors employ a spectrum of tools and tactics to help you launch, pivot or redefine your career in business.
With the help of this team, which focuses specifically on graduate business students, you'll develop clearly defined career objectives, lifelong career management skills and enhanced employment opportunities. You'll do so through:
- One-on-One Career Coaching
- Résumé Writing and Review
- Career Discovery and Exploration
- Interview Preparation
- Personal Branding and Networking
- Job Offer/Salary/Benefits Negotiation
- Gap Analysis
Throughout your time in the Baylor MBA program, you'll continue to access the many resources offered by Baylor's Career Center to not only begin planning for your post-MBA career but also to develop the skills that will equip you for life-long career success.
Full-Time MBA Job Placement Stats
*Placement data was collected and analyzed using standard reporting protocols and following MBACEA guidelines with a 100% knowledge rate.
2021-2022 Academic Year Graduates
- Placement at Graduation: 77%
- Placement 90 days after Graduation: 94%
- Average Starting Salary: $78,898
- Average Signing Bonus: $8,843
2022-2023 Academic Year Graduates
- Placement at Graduation: 63%
- Placement 90 days after Graduation: 98%
- Median Starting Salary: $80,000
- Median Signing Bonus: $10,000
Full-Time MBA Internships | Summer 2023
|Bank of America (x2)||Dallas, TX|
|Baylor University||Waco, TX|
|Champion Management||Dallas, TX|
|Customers Bank||New York, NY|
|Fikes Group||Temple, TX|
|Georgia Pacific||Atlanta, GA|
|GM Financial||Austin, TX|
|KPMG||San Diego, CA|
|McLane (x3)||Temple, TX|
|Regions Bank||Birmingham, AL|
|Texas Life Insurance Co.||Houston, TX|
Full-Time MBA students with a given amount of prior work experience are not required to complete a summer internship. Additionally, healthcare administration students complete an executive residency instead of an internship and are not included in the internship list above.
Career Development Courses
Our Full-Time MBA students take two career development courses (BUS 5111 and BUS 5112) as part of the MBA curriculum. Students will explore their passion and interests to discover their professional calling. Students will have the opportunity to focus on the industry, companies and specific jobs that they want to pursue.
Priority is placed on securing a meaningful internship experience and positioning each student for the best possible employment opportunity. The career management courses assist in building and refining leadership and communication skills that will help students create differentiation among themselves and other applicants for jobs that they're interested in pursuing. Topics covered include the following:
- Job Market Trends and Industry Analysis
- Career Discovery
- How to Develop Emotional Intelligence
- Networking assistance
- Developing a Personal Brand
- Alumni Career Panels with industry experts
- Job interview skills training
*Not required of Healthcare specialization, PCT, or dual-degree students.
MBA Leadership Summit
Traditionally, MBA students participate in an educational experience as part of their career development courses. Our Full-Time MBA students participate in a week-long leadership development opportunity in New York City. Faculty from various disciplines travel with students, challenging them to maximize the opportunity to get the most out of the experience. The interaction between students and faculty outside the classroom strengthens the educational journey at Baylor.