• Three online Baylor grad programs ranked in Fortune’s top 15 nationally

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    Baylor is well-known for its in-person teaching, research opportunities and student experience — and it should be; after all, it’s been the core of the Baylor experience for more than 175 years now.

    But in recent years, Baylor has also begun to offer some online options for graduate studies in fields such as business and computer science. Earlier this fall, three of those programs ranked among the top 15 nationally by Fortune magazine:

    • The online Doctor of Education program ranked No. 4 nationally. Designed to empower experienced professionals and industry leaders to shape learning experiences in any setting, the program can be completed in 36 months or on a flexible schedule.
    • The online Master’s in Public Health program ranked No. 8 nationally. The program specializes in community health, and is aimed at compassionate, aspiring public health advocates seeking either full-time or part-time studies.
    • The online Master’s in Computer Science program ranked No. 12 nationally. Created for students with degrees in computer science, engineering, math or physics, the program prepares graduates to work in software engineering and data science.

    Those are just three of Baylor’s online graduate options; you can see the full list and learn more about each program at baylor.edu/online.

    Sic ’em, online students!