Tuition and Financial Awards
Completing an MSBA degree is a worthwhile investment that helps broaden your future career prospects. Analytics is in demand in almost every sector of business and technology, and MSBA graduates have career opportunities in business, healthcare, public policy, government, and more.
We understand that the financial implications of pursuing a graduate degree are a significant part of the overall decision. The information below is provided to help as you determine if enrolling in the MSBA program is a financially viable option for you.
The tuition for the MSBA is the same structure and rate for all students who enroll. There is no difference in tuition based on being an in-state applicant, a Baylor undergrad or an international applicant. The tuition is based on a flat-rate structure for each semester for which a student is registered full-time.
|Estimated Total Cost of Tuition
|Estimated Actual Cost of Tuition After 65% Scholarship
This projected tuition cost is based on 2023-2024 tuition rates and factor a Tuition Scholarship that is awarded to all admitted students. All admitted students for the on-campus MSBA program automatically receive the same tuition scholarship of 65%.
The actual cost of tuition depends on the number of credit hours taken each semester. Tuition rates in the summer semester are charged by the credit hour. Tuition rates in the fall and spring semesters are charged at a flat tuition rate if you take 12 credit hours or more.
Your Tuition Scholarship will appear as a credit on your account after you register for courses.
Current tuition rates are available on Baylor’s website – One Stop Student Financial Services.
Once admitted to the MSBA program you will be eligible for student employment at Baylor. Details about student employment.
Grants, Loans, Work Study
Other types of financial aid are also available to students. Once your application is approved, students may be eligible to apply for additional financial aid. Student Financial Services helps work with students to determine grant, loan and work-study eligibility.