Missouri Baptist University offers programs in pre-engineering, pre-chiropractic, pre-physical therapy, pre-athletic training and pre-medicine in which you can take the core classes of your program at MBU and complete the remainder of your degree in your chosen engineering specialty at an affiliated university.
These programs typically require completion of core courses. The pre-professional programs at Missouri Baptist University provides those core courses.
Based upon a mutual commitment to enriching students’ lives through Christ-centered education and to better serve students intending to pursue the physical therapy profession, Missouri Baptist University and Southwest Baptist University have created a direct admission agreement. The respect for the integrity of parallel academic programs and sister academic institutions under the Missouri Baptist Convention, this agreement enables the highest performing students an opportunity to continue their pursuit of physical therapy with a Christian worldview. A student who completes a baccalaureate degree at Missouri Baptist University and meets the admission requirements for admission into the DPT Program at Southwest Baptist University will be positioned for a reserved seat. SBU will reserve up to two (2) seats in the DPT program per academic year for the most highly qualified Missouri Baptist University students who meet or exceed these requirements.
An agreement between Missouri Baptist University (MBU) and the University of Central Missouri (UCM) provides admission into the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program at UCM. Upon meeting the admission standards, a minimum of two (2) seats are reserved for MBU graduates into the MSAT program at UCM. The University of Central Missouri will reserve up to 2 seats in the MSAT program per academic year for the most highly qualified Missouri Baptist University students who meet or exceed these requirements. A student who completes a baccalaureate degree at Missouri Baptist University and meets the requirements for admission into the MSAT Program at the University of Central Missouri will be considered for a reserved seat. The MSAT program at UCM can be found here:
Missouri Baptist University currently has transfer/articulation agreements in place with the engineering programs at Missouri S&T. Scholarships are available for MBU students who transfer to Missouri S&T.