Senior finance and economics double-major Grant Magness (pictured) was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at the age of 15. The time he spent at Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas sparked Grant’s interest in a healthcare career — which, in turn, helped lead him to Baylor.
Across multiple departments and even schools, Baylor is emerging as a leader in healthcare administration. For instance, the Baylor-U.S. Army master’s degree program in health administration was ranked 11th best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report this spring, tied with Boston University and Johns Hopkins, while the Hankamer School of Business’ Robbins MBA Healthcare Program ranked 25th nationally in U.S.News‘ graduate school rankings of healthcare management programs.
From Baylor’s recognized pre-med programs, to the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, to Baylor University Medical Center and the Baylor Health Care System in the Metroplex, the Baylor name has been synonymous with healthcare for years; with new additions such as the Robbins Institute for Health Policy and Leadership constantly adding to the university’s offerings, Baylor will continue to be a leader in the industry for years to come.
Sic ’em, Baylor healthcare students, faculty and alums!
Previously on Baylor Proud:
* Professors’ book lays out solution to health care crisis
* Alum among ’100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare’ for 7th year in a row
* Baylor University and Baylor College of Medicine ties evident in newest BCM Board appointees
* Baylor and U.S. Army celebrate 60 years of academic partnership