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November 2009 Archive

Baker College Embarks on Recruiting Venture in China

November 30, 2009

Representatives from Baker College Center for Graduate Studies recently traveled to Beijing, China. According to Scott P. Overmyer, Ph.D., Baker College Center for Graduate Studies MSIS program director, the initial purpose of the trip was to recruit one or two cohorts of 12 students each for Baker's Master of Science in Information (MSIS) program. While there, Overmyer and Dr. Na Li, a full-time Baker instructor originally from mainland China, also introduced students to Baker's other graduate, undergraduate and online programs. More»

Baker College of Auburn Hills Invites Public to Participate in “Donation Days”

November 24, 2009

Baker College of "Auburn Hills":/campus/auburn-hills students from various on-campus groups invite the general public to participate in "Donation Days," December 2 and 3, 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., in the atrium at Baker College of Auburn Hills, 1500 University Drive. All donations will benefit Grace Centers of Hope in Pontiac and the Michigan Humane Society. More»

Baker College of Flint Honored by Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce

November 20, 2009

During the recent Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce (GRCC) 2009 Business Awards ceremony, Baker College of Flint was the recipient of one of the top honors: the Robert P. Gerholz Business of the Year Award. More»

Baker College of Cadillac Surgical Technology Grads Achieve 89 Percent Pass rate on National Exam

November 18, 2009

Baker College of Cadillac officials report that eight of its nine 2009 surgical technology associate degree program graduates have passed the rigorous national Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) examination. Additionally, the category scores achieved by those students ranged 3-18 percent over the national average. All eight students to pass the test are currently employed in Michigan; the remaining student who will retake the exam has a job pending her successful completion. More»

Baker College of Auburn Hills Respiratory Program Granted Accreditation

November 17, 2009

The Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) and the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) have approved and granted initial accreditation status to the respiratory care associate degree program at Baker College of Auburn Hills. Initial accreditation is valid for five years. More»

Baker College of Cadillac Therapeutic Massage Program Granted Certification

November 06, 2009

Baker College of "Cadillac":/campus/cadillac officials today announced that its therapeutic massage certificate degree program has been granted certification by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). The organization also designated Baker’s Cadillac campus as an Assigned School for Nationally Certified Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers. This means that graduates of Baker’s therapeutic massage program are automatically entitled to take the NCBTMB’s national certification exam without having to first go through a lengthy approval process. More»

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