Baylor and Trinity Western University Partnership
Baylor University has partnered with Trinity Western University (British Columbia, Canada) to create international opportunities for students of Business and Engineering. Through these strategic partnerships, students can experience living and studying in both the United States and Canada.
Benefits of the program include:
- Global higher education experience in both the United States and Canada
- Unique curriculum varieties among both institutions’ program offerings
- Potential reduced time and cost of degree completion
Advance in Business with the BBA and MBA Pathway Program
Students who wish to obtain both their BBA and MBA in a joint program can begin their academic careers with a BBA in Waco, TX, at Baylor’s prestigious Hankamer School of Business (with nationally-ranked programs, such as #9 entrepreneurship), before progressing to their graduate studies in Canada with an MBA at Trinity Western University’s brand-new center for business and global engagement, the Robert G. Kuhn Centre in Langley, or at Trinity Western University’s Richmond campus. Students will have advanced standing in the TWU MBA program with the possibility of waiving up to 9 credits/3 courses. (Waivers determined by the TWU admissions office.) There is also the potential to gain residency in Canada post-MBA graduation and work in North America.
Progress from Pre-Engineering to the Engineering Pathway Program
Students who complete their Pre-Engineering studies at Trinity Western University in Canada can continue their academic studies in Waco, TX, at Baylor University’s nationally ranked School of Engineering and Computer Science. Texas is home to several engineering companies and has many opportunities in the industry and research. TWU Pre-Engineering students will be granted entry into the Baylor Engineering program and will be entitled to receive 30 credits of transfer into the Baylor B.S. in Engineering. Baylor offers undergraduate degrees in General Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering, as well as many graduate-level programs.
Contact your Admissions Counselor for more information about these exciting programs!