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Baker College

General Information about Baker College

Baker College has locations throughout Michigan and is the largest independent college in the state. Currently, the school confers associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs.

The school serves approximately 43,000 students including those enrolled in online programs. Baker College is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.

Enrollment and Admissions Information

Prospective students are encouraged to visit a nearby campus and speak with an admissions representative about the school and its programs, the cost of attending Baker College and financial aid packages. If a prospective student is still interested, then he or she can fill out an online application. In addition to completing an application, a first-time applicant must show proof of his or her high school diploma or GED certificate. Baker College does not require that ACT or SAT scores be submitted with the application. However, if either test was taken, the scores can be sent to the school. Prospective students without a high school diploma or GED may be admitted if they pass the ASSET or COMPASS tests.

Baker College Divisions

Business Administration Division

The Business Administration Division has programs in accounting, office support, transportation management, marketing and many other areas. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Food and Beverage Management is offered in partnership with the Culinary Institute of Michigan. Students enrolled in the program will learn about dining room management, menu planning, inventory control, staff selection and management and marketing. Upon completing the requirements of the degree, graduates can apply for jobs with schools, catering businesses, hotels, hospitals and commercial and private restaurants.

Health Sciences Division

The Health Sciences Division has programs in therapeutic massage, respiratory care, medical assisting, health services administration and many other areas. The Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene program prepares students to become dental hygienists, cleaning and polishing patients' teeth. While enrolled in the programs students will learn about sealants, cavity prevention agents, dental radiographs, oral health care assessments and plaque and calculus removal. After completing the requirements of the degree, graduates can apply for jobs with private dental offices, nursing homes, schools, hospitals and public health clinics.

Engineering and Technology Division

The Engineering and Technology Division offers programs in computer aided design, autobody technician, aviation management, HVAC and many other areas. The bachelor degree program in construction management prepares students for careers in the construction industry. Student enrolled in the construction management program will learn about management skills and theory, construction methods, cost estimating, contract administration and construction safety.

Computer Information Systems Division

The Computer Information Systems Division has degree programs in digital media design, information technology, computer information systems, Internet and LAN security and many other areas. Students enrolled in the Associate of Applied Science in Web Development program will learn about the basics of web design. The curriculum also includes courses on marketing and business as well as scripting, HTML, visual BASIC, Linux and Unix and SQL database development and management. Upon completing the degree, graduates can work for a variety of private and public organizations.

Education and Human Service Division

Human service, gerontology and early childhood education are a few options at the Education and Human Service Division. The certificate program in 911 telecommunications is designed to prepare students for career as a 911 dispatcher. The certificate program currently meets the training standards of the Michigan State 911 Committee. While enrolled in the program students will learn about interpersonal skills and the legal and ethical responsibilities of a 911 dispatcher. The program also requires completion of a 30-hour fieldwork component.

Culinary Division

The Culinary Division has programs in food and beverage management, baking and pastry, and culinary arts. With an AAS in Baking and Pastry Arts, a student could work as a pastry chef with country clubs, bakery shops, commercial baking operations and hotel and resort bake shops. The baking and pastry curriculum emphasizes hands-on training and covers topics such as inventory control, purchasing, staff selection and training, bakeshop management and item costing.

Automotive and Diesel Division

The Automotive and Diesel Division offers certificates and associate degrees in areas of autobody technology, diesel service technology and automotive services technology. The Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Services Technology is offered in conjunction with the Auto/Diesel Institute of Michigan. Students enrolled in the program will receive hands-on training and at the end of the program are required to pass the Motor Vehicle Specialty Certification test.

Contact Information

  • Address: 1195 Centre Road, Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326
  • Phone Number: (248) 276-8260
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Find Your Program:

  1. Automotive

    • Automotive Services Technology
    • Automotive Services Technology - AD
    • Diesel Service
    • Diesel Service Technology
    • Welding
  2. Business

    • Accounting
    • Accounting - MBA
    • Business Administration - Accelerated Program
    • Business Administration - DBA
    • Business Intelligence - MBA
    • Finance - MBA
    • General Business - MBA
    • Human Resource Management
    • Human Resource Management - MBA
    • Human Services
    • Leadership Studies - MBA
    • Logistics
    • Management
    • Marketing
  3. Culinary Arts

    • Baking and Pastry
    • Culinary Arts
    • Food and Beverage Management
  4. Education

    • Early Childhood Education
    • Early Childhood Education - AD
    • Early Childhood ZA to ZS - Additional Endorsement
    • Early Childhood ZS (General & Special Education) - Additional Endorsement
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Elementary Education - Level Change
    • Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education - Level Change
    • Elementary Language Arts - Additional Endorsement
    • Elementary Mathematics - Additional Endorsement
    • Elementary Teacher Preparation Early Childhood ZS (General & Special Education)
    • Elementary Teacher Preparation Language Arts
    • Elementary Teacher Preparation Mathematics
    • Elementary Teacher Preparation Social Studies
    • Secondary English - Level Change
    • Secondary Mathematics - Level Change
    • Secondary Social Studies - Level Change
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation - Mathematics
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation English
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation English and Mathematics - Double Major
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation English and Social Studies - Double Major
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation Mathematics and Social Studies - Double Major
    • Secondary Teacher Preparation Social Studies
  5. Engineering & Information Technology

    • Civil Engineering
    • Cloud Security Risk Management - MBA
    • Cloud Security Risk Management - Post-Baccalaureate
    • Computer Science
    • Computer Science - Database Technology
    • Game Software Development
    • General Studies - General Science
    • Information Systems - Information Assurance
    • Information Systems - MBA
    • Information Systems - Project Management
    • Information Systems - Web Development
    • Information Technology and Security - Concentration in Information Assurance
    • Information Technology and Security - Information Assurance and Cyber Security
    • Information Technology and Security - Network Professional
    • Information Technology and Security - Server Administration
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Mechatronics
  6. Health

    • Dental Assistant
  7. Health Care

    • Cardiac Sonography
    • Dental Hygiene
    • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Abdomen/OB-GYN)
    • Health Information Technology
    • Health Science Technology
    • Healthcare Administration
    • Healthcare Management - MBA
    • Medical Assistant
    • Medical Laboratory Technician
    • Occupational Therapy - MOT
    • Occupational Therapy Assistant
    • Physical Therapist Assistant
    • Pre-Occupational Therapy
    • Radiation Therapy
    • Radiologic Technology
    • Surgical Technology
    • Veterinary Technology
  8. Nursing

    • Nursing (Post-licensure)
    • Nursing (Pre-licensure)
    • Nursing Administration - MSN
    • Nursing Education - MSN
  9. Psychology

    • Industrial/Organizational Psychology - MSIOP
    • Psychology
  10. Social Science

    • Criminal Justice
    • Criminal Justice - AD
    • Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy (Police)
    • Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy (Police) - AD

Baker College Online and Campus Locations

Baker College Online Locations

Baker College offers a wide range of programs that can be taken online. The advantages to online learning are that you can work at your own pace and learn from anywhere. For more information about specific programs, please click here.

Baker College Campus Locations

Baker College has the following campuses: