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Baylor is a private, Christian graduate school in Waco, Texas. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 2,743 graduate students. Of the 63 graduate programs offered at Baylor University, 3 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Baylor University are Business, Law, and Accounting. 20% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

Masters and Doctoral Programs

Graduate Students

Total Graduate Students
2,743
Part-Time Grad Students
535
Research Assistants
504
Teaching Assistants
599
Racial Diversity
  • White
    66.7%
  • Hispanic
    8.9%
  • International (Non-Citizen)
    7.8%
  • African American
    6.2%
  • Multiracial
    3.4%
  • Asian
    3.2%
  • Unknown
    3.2%
  • Native American
    0.4%
  • Pacific Islander
    0.1%
Living in the Area
B+
Overall Niche Grade
How are grades calculated?
  1. Cost of Living
    B+
  2. Crime & Safety
    C
  3. Nightlife
    B+
Median Household Income
$37,735
National
$55,322
Median Rent
$828
National
$949
Median Home Value
$116,600
National
$184,700
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My experience began with a simple Webinar which introduced me to the University Admissions Counselor and learned more about my chosen career field. I was hooked on this University since the moment started speaking very passionate about how Baylor University is different from the rest. My Admissions Counselor is EXCELLENT at what he does and recommend to sought out the University to experience the warm welcome from University Representatives for themselves!
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My graduate experience at Baylor was not nearly as challenging as my undergraduate experience elsewhere. I was disappointed to be taught the same things in some of my classes as I'd learned before. I enjoyed most of my professors, but others were elitist and I felt excluded from class discussions. Our director and many others in the department stigmatized working on the side, even though we hadn't signed a contract promising not to. I felt ridiculed for coming to an expensive institution from a middle-class background, even though I was just as academically capable as my peers.
The education I've received from Baylor's graduate school has greatly informed the work I plan to do after I graduate while integrating my faith into that work. Each faculty and staff member I interact with after so patient and understanding knowing that during this time I am a student first and professional second, giving me time to prepare for classes and tend to my mental health. The support, education, and people here at Baylor is truly remarkable to experience on a daily basis.