Baker University Online

Online degree programs from Kansas' oldest university..

 

BACKGROUND

Baker University's campus was founded in 1858 and the main campus is located in Baldwin City, Kansas. Baker University is a private university, affiliated with the United Methodist Church. It is also the oldest university in the state of Kansas.

In order to accommodate students with other life responsibilities and those who are not able to attend classes on campus, Baker University created its Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies online program. Baker University Online offers individual online classes and degrees that can be earned completely from the Web. The online program allows students to complete their coursework on a schedule that is convenient for them, while continuing to manage their families, careers or other obligations. This makes it easy for non-traditional, working students to earn their bachelor's, associate's, or master's degrees from a respectable, established university.

Students who attend Baker University Online receive the same benefits as those who attend on-campus classes. These benefits include professors who care about the success of their students, an impressive library college, job placement assistance, tutoring services, and counseling services.

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PRO

- Both individual classes and complete degrees offered online
- Allows students to work on their own schedule
- Online students enjoy the same benefits as on-campus students
- Students earn their degree from an established, respected university

CON

- No face-to-face interaction with professors
- Will not have a traditional college experience

DEGREE PROGRAMS

- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Business Information Systems
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Leadership
- Master of Liberal Arts
- Business Concentration Courses

SCHOOLS

While Baker University Online is available from anywhere you have Internet, they have several campus locations as well. You'll find Baker University campuses in

- Lee's Summit, MO
- Kansas City, MO
- Baldwin City, KS (main campus)
- Overland Park, KS
- Topeka, KS
- Wichita, KS

STUDENT LIFE

Students who attend the online program at Baker University are seeking to further their education, but are not able to commit to spending hours in the classroom. The flexibility of Baker University's School of Professional and Graduate Studies online program makes it ideal for non-traditional students - who have other life responsibilities, such as jobs and family life - and for traditional students who prefer to earn their degrees online.

CONCLUSION

As part of Baker University, the School of Professional and Graduate Studies online program is a highly respectable way to earn a college degree. Students who attend Baker University through its online program will receive all of the benefits of attending Baker University, including the distinction, a large library system, and student services. The flexibility of attending class when and where it is most convenient is the distinguishing factor of attending Baker University Online, because it makes it easier for both traditional and non-traditional students to earn their degrees.

 

Common Misspellings

Baker Online University, Baker University of Professional and Graduate School online program, Baker U, Baker Online, Baker College

 

Comments & Feedback
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KMB

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- Can't keep tuition/financial aid payments straight

- Instructor quality VERY POOR. Often correcting them as a student.

- Little to no administrative support.

- Forced in to group work with working adults who don't care, have zero input, are lazy, and still end up with the same A as I.

- Required to purchase books from the school, zero cost savings for students.



I completely agree with Shelton above - if you need the piece of paper, get in and do your time here. That's the only thing positive I have to say. posted Aug 11th, 2009 11:53 am


Shelton

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If you just want a piece of paper, this is the place to go. Everyone gets an "A" in every class, but the actual quality of education is quite low. High school was harder. posted Aug 11th, 2009 11:39 am



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