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Baker College

GaliaGalia Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited November 2012 in Online Degrees
What do you think about Baker College?


Baker College, named "One of the Best Graduate Schools 2003" by U.S. News and World Report, now offers a high-quality online education at half the cost of comparable online schools. Choose from over 30 online programs and earn your Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's degree with greater flexibility. Baker College is an accredited institution.

Baker College Online, based in Michigan, is a division of the Baker College system that was established in 1911. It's one of the few in the education industry offering online course programs to its students that can be studied wholly on the Internet.
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Replies to: Baker College

  • mildredmildred Registered User Posts: 686 Member
    Honestly, it seems more like a tech school. I would just hunt out a normal uni which has some online degree options. Like, I live in Tennessee and I know for sure that the University of Memphis has a few online degree options.
  • UAB11UAB11 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    wow this baker college sounds great. GPA 2.5 required for masters...

    woohooo thats what i been looking for. Masters online programs with GPA requried 2.5
  • FrankieMFrankieM Registered User Posts: 6 New Member

    That is the problem......I think

    The fact that the school only requires you to have a 2.5 GPA with no GMAT

    Is that a good thing ?

    Myself, I'm on he fence about the importance of GMAT's and such

  • ChristinChristin Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
    I think that is a great thing!!!!!! why university with low entry requirements wouldnt be good? I think that is better when some University have original entry requirements and not like all in America. All ****ing Universities have just the same entry requirements, no metter are they the best, or the worst. By that you dont have idea, what University have some reputation, and what not. Especially me from Croatia. How can I know what University have good reputation, except few the most known Universities like Harvard, Princeton, Yale. Apparently every University in America copy others, and how can I know on what University I have chance, because we in Croatia rarely have GPA above 4.0 like you in America.
  • ChristinChristin Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
    To me, it is mad also, that entry requirements for standard attending University and on line are same. That doesnt have sense, because on line University are less appreciated so why??????
  • Sele243Sele243 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Actually its a normal college. Its biggest differences to other schools is that its cheaper and that you have a more focused major so you will be prepared for your job and the tasks you will be asked to complete on the job. That's where Im going.
  • DcarsonDcarson Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Yes. It is a working person's college
  • collegeboi1992collegeboi1992 Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    Umm.. Baker College, I wouldn't bet my money on that. Go for a proper state university or a community college.. like Michighan and their online programs..
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