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The Baker College Academics department provides support and coordination for all academic areas at Baker College, including the academic calendar, curriculum, counseling and advising, recordkeeping, and services for individuals with special needs.

If you have a question or concern that’s not answered here, please contact us. Our goal is to help you achieve your educational objectives, and one of the important ways we do that is by providing information, resources, and advisory services.

Whether you are seeking career advice, counseling, looking for academic records, or looking to change a course or program, we’re ready to help.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What is the high school GPA requirement to enroll into Baker?
    Baker College has a “right-to-try” admission policy. That means all students who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Educational Development  (GED) certificate, are accepted at Baker. Find out more by reading our Undergraduate Admissions Requirements or by talking with an admissions advisor.
  • Can I take classes without a high school diploma or GED?
    If you haven't earned a diploma or a GED certificate, you may be able to take classes at Baker College. We will ask you to take placement tests to ensure you have the foundation of knowledge you need to successully complete college-level studies. Please contact the Admissions Office to learn more about our placement testing and admissions policy. Note: This does not apply to online students; for Baker Online, a diploma or GED certificate is required.
  • How do I apply for Financial Aid?
    Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the school code for the Baker College Campus that you plan to attend. Remember, you must apply for financial aid every year. New applications are available after January 1st each year. Always complete your FAFSA as early as possible. To help speed the application process, we encourage you to have your taxes completed prior to applying. The Federal government’s FAFSA website allows you and/or your parent or guardian to link to the IRS website to retrieve tax information. Note: Students and parents of dependent students are required to apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) in order to sign the FAFSA application electronically. Please visit www.pin.ed.gov for more information.
  • How do I apply for a student loan?
    Once you have applied for financial aid, you will receive a Financial Aid Notification package from the Financial Aid office. Your FAFSA serves as the application for the Student Loan. If it is determined that you qualify for student loan funds, the eligibility amounts will be listed on your award notification, and a student Loan Request Form will be included with the award package. The Loan Request Form must be completed and returned to the Financial Aid Office before the loan process can begin. If you are a new student and would like to request student loan funds to help cover your educational expenses you will need to:
    • Complete the paper loan request form indicating the amount you would like to borrow.
    • Sign and date the form.
    • Return the form to the Financial Aid office.
    If you are a returning student and would like to request student loan funds to help cover your educational expenses you will need to:
    • Log into the SOLAR system.
    • Select STAR System.
    • Select Financial Aid office.
    • Select Loan Request.
    • Select the appropriate financial aid year and click Continue.
    • Select the type of loan you would like to request and click Continue.
    • Read the Stafford Loan Request Authorization information and click I Agree.
    • Type in the requested dollar amount and click Submit Request.
  • How do online classes work?

    After you enroll, and are accepted to your online program, you sign-up, or "register" for your first courses. Like all Baker Online students, you will begin your online experience with a three-week online class designed to orient you to the Baker Online classroom, and review the expectations and requirements of Baker Online students. When you have completed this course successfully, you can move on to additional online courses.
  • Is Baker College Online accredited?
    Baker Online is part of Baker College, a private, non-profit, accredited, degree granting, higher educational institution with locations throughout Michigan. As an accredited college, Baker College has been granted legal authority by the state of Michigan to operate as a nonprofit educational corporation and is empowered to grant certificates, associate, bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. It is approved for veterans’ benefits. Baker College is recognized as an institution of higher education by the U.S. Secretary of Education, U.S. Department of Education. All Baker Online undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.ncahlc.org Baker College is an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) participant. Some Baker Online graduate programs have additional accreditation:
  • Does Baker provide any help in my job search?

    As a graduate of Baker College, you are eligible for our Lifetime Employment Services, which include:
    • Job searching techniques
    • Resume and cover letter assistance
    • Job interview questions
    • Job postings
    • Relocation tips
  • Is Baker accredited?
    Yes. Baker College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.ncahlc.org. Baker College is an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) participant.

    Additional Accreditations

    Baker has also earned specialized accreditations for programs and degrees in:
    • Business Administration
    • Engineering and Technology
    • Health Sciences
    • Human Services
    • School of Education
    • School of Nursing
    For details about these specialized accreditations, see the individual Programs and Degrees pages.
  • How can I send a copy of my official transcripts to another organization?
    To access your transcripts, log into the SOLAR System, select the Star System and select the Academic Office. Once there, click on the transcripts link.
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Academics

We’re here with information and resources.

We’re here for you.

The Baker College Academics department provides support and coordination for all academic areas at Baker College, including the academic calendar, curriculum, counseling and advising, recordkeeping, and services for individuals with special needs.

If you have a question or concern that’s not answered here, please contact us. Our goal is to help you achieve your educational objectives, and one of the important ways we do that is by providing information, resources, and advisory services.

Whether you are seeking career advice, counseling, looking for academic records, or looking to change a course or program, we’re ready to help.

2017 Semester Conversion

2017 Semester Conversion

Baker College is preparing to switch from a quarter-based academic calendar to a semester-based academic calendar starting in the Fall of 2017. We are committed to working together with our students to make this transition successful. Students completing their degree prior to Fall of 2017 will not be affected by this transition.

Baker College is committed to partnering with students to help manage expectations. Each Baker College student can expect advising resources to assist in defining a specific path to degree completion.

The primary purpose of a semester system is that it provides greater opportunities for:

  • More in-depth teaching and research projects.
  • Enhanced internships. Employers involved in Baker College internships often prefer the semester calendar because the extended work cycle provides more time to engage students in projects and deepen their responsibilities.
  • Ease of transfer in and out of Baker College programs to and from other institutions. Approximately 90% of higher education institutions currently follow the semester system.
  • Graduate entrance into the job market. Most large employers aligned recruitment schedules to the semester calendar.

If you have questions about the upcoming conversion from quarters to semesters, you can learn more here.

Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar

Fall Quarter 2016

  • Online First Session Classes Begin: September 22
  • On-Ground Classes Begin: September 26
  • Online First Session Classes End: November 2
  • Online Second Session Classes Begin: November 3
  • On-Ground Classes End: December 10
  • Online Second Sessions Classes End: December 14

Winter Quarter 2017

  • Online First Session Classes Begin: January 5
  • On-Ground Classes Begin: January 9
  • Online First Session Classes End: February 15
  • Online Second Session Classes Begin: February 16
  • On-Ground Classes End: March 18
  • Online Second Sessions Classes End: March 29

Spring Quarter 2017

  • Online First Session Classes Begin: March 30
  • On-Ground Classes Begin: April 3
  • Online First Session Classes End: May 10
  • Online Second Session Classes Begin: May 11
  • On-Ground Classes End: June 10
  • Online Second Sessions Classes End: June 21

Summer Quarter 2017

  • Online Classes Begin: June 22
  • On-Ground Classes Begin: June 26
  • Online Classes End: August 2
  • On-Ground Classes End: August 19

Fall Semester 2017

  • On-Ground Classes And Online First Session Classes Begin: August 28
  • Online First Session Classes End: October 21
  • Online Second Session Classes Begin: October 23
  • On-Ground Classes And Online Second Sessions Classes End: December 16

Spring Semester 2018

  • On-Ground Classes And Online First Session Classes Begin: January 8
  • Online First Session Classes End: March 3
  • Spring Break: March 5 – 9
  • Online Second Session Classes Begin: March 12
  • On-Ground Classes And Online Second Sessions Classes End: May 5

Summer Semester 2018

  • On-Ground 12-Week Classes: May 21 – August 11
  • On-Ground And Online First Session 8-Week Classes: May 21 – July 14
  • On-Ground And Online Second Session 8-Week Classes: June 18 – August 11
Policies and Procedures

Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedures of Baker College guide our faculty, staff, and students in achieving our mission: to provide quality higher education and training which enable graduates to be successful throughout challenging and rewarding careers.

Specific information about our academic policies can be found through the resources below, along with information about office hours and policies for each campus.

Philosophy of Developmental Education

Philosophy of Developmental Education

Developmental Education Mission Statement

The mission of developmental education is to provide a comprehensive preparatory program enabling students to acquire academic skills necessary to complete a college-level course of study.

Developmental Education Goals

  1. Provide appropriate educational opportunities and services
  2. Ensure proper placement of students
  3. Maintain high academic standards that support student success in college-level courses
  4. Enhance the quality of student learning
  5. Promote continued development and application of adult learning theory, adhering to best practices
  6. Provide students with opportunities to build strong foundational skills
  7. Be sensitive and responsive to individual differences among students
  8. Promote a collaborative and supportive environment for faculty, staff, and students

Developmental Education Objectives

  1. Entry-level students will complete appropriate placement testing.
  2. Students will use developmental education resources provided by the College.
  3. Students will demonstrate reasoning, communication, and comprehension skills required for college-level work.
  4. Students will demonstrate competency in reading, writing, and mathematics through exit processes.

The following courses are designed to meet the above objectives:

  • ENG 091 – English Review
  • ENG 098B – College Reading
  • MTH 091 – Essential Math Concepts
  • MTH 099E – Pre-Algebra

In addition to these developmental education courses, other developmental courses, specific to a program area, may be required. See individual program requirements for details.

Developmental Courses

Baker College supports its Right-to-Try Admissions Policy with several educational services. Some students who enter Baker College require assistance to meet the pressures of an academic community. Because of this, Baker College provides these students with a developmental education program which enables them to achieve success in college and their future careers.

  1. Students with below college-level reading skills, as determined by the results of a placement test, are required to enroll in College Reading (ENG 098B).
  2. Students with below college-level English writing skills, as determined by the results of a placement test, are required to enroll in English Review (ENG 091).
  3. Students with below college-level math skills, as determined by the results of a placement test, are required to enroll in Essential Math Concepts (MTH 091) and/or Pre-Algebra (MTH 099E).
  4. Students who place into these developmental areas should take the developmental course(s) the first quarter. These courses should be completed within the first academic year, prior to enrolling in a college-level general education course.
  5. Students who place into two or three developmental areas, one of which is MTH 091 Essential Math Concepts, are required to enroll part time (less than 12 credits) the first quarter of attendance only.
  6. Students must successfully complete all required developmental education courses. Students unable to successfully complete (pass) any one or more of the developmental education courses (ENG 091, ENG 098B, MTH 091, MTH 099E) within three attempts, including withdrawals, will face academic dismissal from the College. For both the second and third attempts, students are placed on a Student Learning Contract. (A second attempt contract serves as a warning, and a third attempt contract serves as notice of the student facing academic dismissal.)
Accreditation - Business Division

Accreditation - Business Division

External peer review is the primary means of assuring and improving the quality of higher education institutions and programs in the United States. This recognition is accomplished through program accreditation, approval or certification.

Baker College has received specialized accreditation for it’s business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas. Web address: http://www.iacbe.org/.



The following programs at Baker College are accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education:

Undergraduate Programs – Associate


Undergraduate Programs – Bachelor

Accreditation – MBA

Accreditation – MBA

Master of Business Adminstration (MBA) Program

External peer review is the primary means of assuring and improving the quality of higher education institutions and programs in the United States. This recognition is accomplished through program accreditation, approval or certification.

Baker College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business program in the following degree is accredited by the IACBE:

  • Master of Business Administration

Master’s Level IACBE Outcomes

In master’s-level programs, knowledge of the key content areas and functional disciplines of business is assumed. Graduates of master’s-level programs should acquire a depth of knowledge in these areas that exceeds that of the typical bachelor’s degree graduate. Graduates of master’s-level programs in business should be able to:

  1. Recognize problems.
  2. Integrate theory and practice for the purpose of strategic analysis.
  3. Employ and apply quantitative techniques and methods in the analysis of real-world business situations.
  4. Communicate to relevant audiences;  graduates should be able to:
    a.    Compose clear, consistent, and effective written forms of communication
    b.  Compose and present effective oral business presentations.
  5. Work effectively with a team of colleagues on diverse projects.
  6. Identify and analyze the ethical obligations and responsibilities of business.

MBA Program – IACBE Assessment Reports


MBA Program – Annual Assessment Reports


The MBA program provides the following majors:

Accreditation - School of Education

Accreditation - School of Education

Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.ncahlc.org

Baker College is an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) participant.

The Baker College Teacher Education Program is awarded TEAC accreditation by the Inquiry Brief Commission of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) for a period of five years, from October 26, 2014 and October 26, 2019. The accreditation does not include individual education courses that the EPP offers to P-12 educators for professional development, re-licensure, or other purposes.

Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) www.teac.org.

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) www.caepnet.org.


The following programs at Baker College are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission:

Elementary Teacher Preparation


Initial Certification


Secondary Teacher Preparation

Earn College Credits in High School

Earn College Credits in High School

Baker College understands that today’s high school and college graduates must be prepared to compete in a job market requiring skill, training, and expertise beyond a college degree alone. Through its Running Start initiatives, Baker College is able to introduce high school students to emerging careers and high areas of demand, while gaining relevant and transferable college credit.

There are several ways that high school students can earn college credit while in high school at no cost to the student/parent.

The tuition is free, paid by the secondary school district, or off-set by the post-secondary institution. The Baker College tuition rates are annually reviewed by the Presidents’ Executive Team.

Learn more about Baker’s Running Start program and get started earning college credits in high school through:

  • Articulation — Earn college credit by demonstrating skills and competencies in the high school setting.
  • Dual Enrollment — Earn college credit by simultaneously attending high school and a degree granting post-secondary institution.
  • Direct Credit — Earn college credit by attending college classes at the high school or technical center site.
  • Early Middle College — Earn a high school diploma plus substantial college credit, up to an associate degree, through a five-year high school program.
Academic Probation and Dismissal

Academic Probation and Dismissal

Academic Standing

Undergraduate
Students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 to graduate from any program. For students to stay off academic probation, the following grade point averages must be earned.

Hours Attempted Minimum GPA
1-16 1.5
17-32 1.65
33-48 1.80
49-64 1.90
65+ 2.00

Graduate
Students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 to graduate. A grade of “C” or better is required in all classes used to calculate hours for graduation. For students to stay off academic probation, the following grade point averages must be earned.

Hours Attempted Minimum GPA
1-12 2.75
13-24 2.87
25-Graduation 3.00

Academic Probation Policy

If the student’s cumulative GPA falls below the appropriate minimum GPA required to remain in good academic standing as illustrated on the step scale, the student will be placed on academic probation for the following quarter. The student will be advised to restrict his/her course load and curtail extracurricular activities and work schedules. If the student attains a satisfactory GPA according to the step scale in the probationary quarter, but his/her cumulative GPA is still below the step scale, the student will remain on probation for the next quarter.

Removal from Academic Probation

The student will be removed from academic probation at the end of the quarter in which his/her cumulative GPA places him/her in good academic standing as illustrated on the step scale.

Academic Suspension Policy

Students are academically suspended based on either of the following:

  • A student receives all failures his/her first quarter.
  • A student on academic probation who earns a GPA at the end of the probationary quarter lower than that called for by the step scale.

Consideration for re-enrollment will be given to academically suspended students only after an absence of at least one academic quarter. Requests to re-enroll are processed through the Academic Department.

Students who were living in Baker College housing at the time of academic suspension must reapply in order to be readmitted to college housing.

Academic Dismissal Policy

Students are academically dismissed based on any of the following

  1. A student received a prior academic suspension and his/her GPA falls below the step scale regarding good academic standing.
  2. A student fails to complete required work within 30 days of the beginning of a course in which he/she is enrolled. A Notice of Concern must be on file from the instructor indicating that the student has not completed any coursework within this time period or has not successfully completed (passed) enough work to receive a passing grade if the student remained in the class.

The College reserves the right to academically dismiss any student whose level of achievement makes it inadvisable for the student to remain in school. Students who are academically dismissed may not attend classes in any future quarter, unless they apply for and receive Academic Amnesty (See Academic Amnesty: Fresh Start Program).

Students may also be academically dismissed based on the following:

  1. A student is unable to successfully complete (pass) any developmental education course within three attempts.

Readmission for developmental education academic dismissal may be considered under one of the following conditions:

  1. If the student is in good academic standing, he/she can return at any time with documentation of transferable college-level math and/or English courses which were completed following dismissal from Baker College, and the transfer credit is within the same discipline that caused the dismissal.
  2. If the student is in good academic standing, he/she can return after two years if able to demonstrate through placement testing that the developmental education course(s) which he/she previously could not pass in three attempts are no longer needed.
  3. If the student is academically dismissed and is in poor academic standing, he/she can only return after four years if approved for Academic Amnesty and can indicate through placement testing that developmental courses are no longer needed.

Academic Amnesty: Fresh Start Program

The Fresh Start Program, which is for undergraduate students only, allows students with poor academic records, including those who have experienced academic dismissal, who have not attended Baker College for at least four years, to resume their college education with a clean slate. A student with a poor academic record is defined as a student who is not in good academic standing (see Academic Standing).

If a student is approved for the Fresh Start Program, all previous grades and courses will be excluded from computation of the student’s GPA. Courses passed with a C or better can count as a credit grade for program requirements and graduation. All courses and grades will remain on the student’s transcript with a notation of Fresh Start on the transcript. The Fresh Start Program can be used only once by a student. Requests should be made to the campus Director of Advising. Approval for academic amnesty must be received prior to the start of the quarter in which the student returns. Once a student is granted academic amnesty, the student’s permanent record cannot be changed.

The Fresh Start Program will not supersede the Baker College Satisfactory Academic Progress Rules for receiving federal and state financial aid funds, which are based on cumulative grades, hours attempted, and hours completed.

If a Fresh Start student is in violation of the Satisfactory Academic Progress rules for financial aid and wishes to establish eligibility for those funds, an appeal for reinstatement must be submitted to Financial Services.

Testing

Testing

Baker College offers many non-traditional credit options for students with varied academic and professional backgrounds. It is a policy of Baker College to award credit to those with the appropriate experience.

For more information about the types of testing available on your campus, contact:

Waiver Tests

Waiver test credit may be earned for skills already developed. This credit is awarded based on an examination developed by Baker College in the subject area.

Credit By Examination

These national credit by examination programs offer students the opportunity to demonstrate their academic proficiency in various general education and specific subject areas. Such proficiency may have been developed by the student outside of a traditional classroom through such means as personal reading, adult education courses, job experiences, etc.

Please visit the websites listed below for specific information regarding national credit by examination programs:

If you would like to schedule CLEP and DANTES testing, (available only on the Flint Campus) contact the Testing Services Department by email at fltesting@baker.edu or by callilng (810) 766-4300.

For more information about credit by examination available on your campus, please call the contact listed above.

WorkKeys® Assessments

WorkKeys® is a workplace skills assessment system used by employers, students, workers, and educators across the nation. The WorkKeys® system from ACT is being introduced in high schools across the country to help students understand how to improve job and career skills for better-paying jobs. WorkKeys® measures skills in:

  • Reading for Information
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Listening
  • Writing
  • Locating Information
  • Business Writing
  • Teamwork

These are skills that employers feel are critical to job success. WorkKeys® assessment results demonstrate current ability level to employers. These assessments help businesses and educators understand each other’s needs. The goal is to ensure that students enter the work force with a strong foundation that enables them to do well in their chosen career.

If you would like to learn more about WorkKeys, or to schedule a test:

Registrar

Registrar

Baker College Registrars are here to help you meet your educational goals as quickly and efficiently as possible. We can help you with:

  • Program changes and other course registration concerns
  • Advice for bachelor degrees
  • Non-traditional credit
  • Transfer of credits
  • Graduation requirements
  • Certifications
  • Registrations
  • Transcripts and other academic records

Baker College offers many non-traditional credit options for students with varied academic and professional backgrounds. Non-traditional credit may include:

  • Articulation
  • Experiential credit
  • Credit by examination
  • CLEP
  • Advanced placement

To learn more about non-traditional credit, please visit our sections on Articulation or Testing. You can also call the Academic Office for more information.

Open Class List

Open Class List

The Open Class List can be found online here.

Graduation & Commencement Information

Graduation & Commencement Information

You can view information about the Graduation Application and Commencement Ceremony for all campus locations on the MyBaker portal.

Transcript Request

Transcript Request

Orders to release transcripts are processed through the electronic ordering system. Transcripts sent online are fully secure and FERPA compliant. Our PCI certification and third-party testing ensure that security is never in question.

Choose one of the following

  • Unofficial Transcripts
    • Go to baker.edu
    • Choose MY BAKER across the top of the main Baker page
    • Log into My Baker using your current username and password
    • Click on My Services tab across the top
    • Click on the blue My Course Information link in the center portion of the screen
    • Click on the Grade Info button on the left
    • Click on the View Unofficial Transcript link in the center portion of the screen
  • Official Transcripts
    • Go to baker.edu
    • Choose SOLAR System across the top of the main Baker page
    • Log into the SOLAR System choosing one option in Step One and then entering your password in Step Two
    • Click on STAR System link in red on the left
    • Click on the blue Academic Office link at the top of the list in the center portion of the screen
    • Click on the blue Transcript link at the top of the list in the center portion of the screen
    • Choose either transcript option, click on the Submit button, and click through the instructions

*** If you don’t know your username and password please contact the ITSC by sending an email to: ITSC@baker.edu with the following information***

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Last 4 numbers of your Social Security #

There is a nominal fee associated with our online transcript process. Please have a debit or credit card available.

A hold on your Baker College account will not prevent you from requesting a transcript through Parchment Exchange. However, Baker College will not be able to release your transcript until the hold is resolved.

For questions or concerns regarding transcripts and other academic records, contact the Office of the registrar by sending an email to: transcripts@baker.edu.

Grades

Grades

Grades are computed at the end of each course. You may access final grades through the Student Online Links to Academic Records (SOLAR) System.

Baker College no longer prints or mails final grade reports. 

Your final grade report will list your:

  • Courses
  • Grade for each course
  • Grade Point Average (GPA) for that quarter
  • Cumulative GPA

Grades | Letter and Grade Point Value

A = 4.0 points
A- = 3.7 points
B+ = 3.3 points
B = 3.0 points
B- = 2.7 points
C+ = 2.3 points
C = 2.0 points
C- = 1.7 points
D+ = 1.3 points
D = 1.0 points
D- = 0.7 points
F = Failure = 0.0 points

GPA is not computed for the following grades:

CR = Credit (undergraduate – C or better, graduate – B or better.)
EL = Non-traditional credit
R = Articulation Credit
S = Satisfactory
T = Test Credit
U = Unsatisfactory

Hours and GPA are not computed for the following:

AU = Audit
I = Incomplete
NC = Credit (undergraduate – C or better, graduate – B or better.)
PR = Progress (coursework extends beyond the end of the quarter)
W = Withdrawal

To compute the Baker College cumulative GPA:

  • Calculate the honor points for each course completed (grade points multiplied by credit hours; an “A” or 4.0 grade in a four credit-hour class yields 16 honor points).
  • Add all honor points earned at Baker.
  • Divide by the total credit hours attempted for all quarters at Baker.

Incomplete Grade Policy

An instructor may agree to issue an Incomplete (I) grade for a course if all of the following conditions are met:

  • The student requests the Incomplete (I) grade before the end of the course.
  • The student has completed 80% of the total coursework and has a chance at a passing grade in the course.
  • The student is unable to complete the course requirements within the regular time frame due to significant, extenuating circumstances. Documentation may be required.
  • The student and instructor have signed a “contract” which clearly states the requirements to be completed and the due date for the completion of each requirement. The due date may not exceed the last day of the following quarter.

If the coursework is not completed by the agreed upon due date, the final course grade will be based on the work that was completed by the end of the quarter in which the course was taken.

Honors – Undergraduate

The President’s List
Students who earn a 4.0 GPA during a quarter in which 12 credit hours or more were completed will be placed on the President’s List for publication the following quarter. These students may also be invited to attend a President’s Luncheon/Dinner held in their honor.

The Full-Time Student Deans’ List
Students who earn a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA during a quarter in which 12 credit hours or more were completed will be placed on the Full-Time Student Deans’ List for publication the following quarter.

The Part-Time Student Deans’ List
Students who earn a 3.5 to 4.0 GPA during a quarter in which 4 to 11 credit hours were completed will be placed on the Part-Time Student Deans’ List for publication the following quarter.

Honors – Graduates

Graduates who achieve a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher are awarded a special distinction at graduation:

  • 3.9 – 4.0 Summa Cum Laude
  • 3.7 – 3.899 Magna Cum Laude
  • 3.5 – 3.699 Cum Laude

Unofficial honor status for undergraduates for the spring graduation ceremony will be based on the student’s GPA at the time graduation materials are prepared. If a graduate’s status changes after the final audit, the graduate may obtain the appropriate honor cord. In addition, faculty on each campus may select an Honor Graduate—a student who has demonstrated the greatest potential for success in his/her field of study—in each of the degree disciplines.

Class Status – Undergraduate

The following schedule defines the number of credit hours that must be completed to qualify for class designations:

  • Freshman: Less than 45 credit hours completed
  • Sophmore: 45 to 89 credit hours completed
  • Junior*: 90 to 135 credit hours completed
  • Senior: 136 or more credit hours completed

*In addition to credit hours, the student must be currently enrolled in a program that constitutes the appropriate class level. For example, to be considered a junior, the student must be enrolled in a bachelor degree program and have already completed an associate degree or its equivalent.

Academic Standing – Undergraduate

Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 to graduate from any program. For students to stay off academic probation, the following GPAs must be earned.

Hours Attempted Minimum GPA
1-16 1.5
17-32 1.65
33-48 1.80
49-64 1.90
65+ 2.00

Note: The graduation requirement of a 2.0 supersedes the academic standing requirements.

Academic Standing – Graduate

Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 to graduate. A grade of “C” or better is required in all classes used to calculate hours for graduation. For students to stay off academic probation, the following GPAs must be earned.

Hours Attempted Minimum GPA
1-12 2.75
13-24 2.87
25-Graduation 3.00
Advising / Counseling

Advising / Counseling

Helping you prepare for a successful career is what our advisors are trained to do. Whether you are a new or returning student, we can provide academic advising, career counseling, or personal counseling to help you explore and clarify your educational and career goals and help you decide on a career path.

To receive personal assistance, information, and resources, call or stop in at your campus Counseling and Advising office to speak with a Counselor or Advisor. We’ll work closely with you to identify the program—and career—that’s right for you.

Our office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am – 6:30 pm, and Friday, 8 am – 5 pm

Personal Counseling

Assistance is available to aid students with personal and career decision making, college adjustments, and study techniques. For serious long-term, personal problems that may require ongoing treatment, referrals will be made to other trained professionals or agencies that specialize in your area of need.

All counseling sessions will be held in confidence unless the student agrees that certain information may be shared with others. The only exceptions to release information would be to report child abuse or to prevent obvious danger to yourself or others.

Campus Offices

Baker College of Allen Park
Academic Resource Center
(313) 425-3711

Baker College of Auburn Hills
Academic Resource Center
(248) 276-8224

Baker College of Cadillac
Academic Resource Center
(231) 876-3123

Baker College of Cass City
Academic Resource Center
(989) 872-6019

Baker College of Clinton Township
Academic Resource Center
(586) 790-9764

Baker College of Flint
Academic Resource Center
(810) 766-4239

Baker College of Jackson & Coldwater
Academic Resource Center
(517) 841-4500

Baker College of Muskegon
Academic Resource Center
(231) 777-5345

Baker College of Owosso
Academic Resource Center
(989) 729-3370

Baker College of Port Huron
Academic Resource Center
(810) 989-2386

Disability Services

Disability Services

Baker College recognizes that qualified students who have been diagnosed or identified as having a learning, physical, or emotional disability are entitled to equal educational access.

Baker College complies with the spirit and requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA ), as amended by the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), as they apply to persons with disabilities who are otherwise qualified in the following ways: all new facilities are barrier free; programs, classes, and activities in existing facilities are made accessible to persons with disabilities; reasonable and appropriate adjustments and accommodations are made to ensure full educational opportunity for students with disabilities; and auxiliary aids and services, when necessary, are provided in a timely manner to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to effectively participate in, and enjoy the benefits of, a service, program, course, employment, or extracurricular activities, including field trips, conducted by the College.

At each campus, we have designated a Disability Services Coordinator (DSC) who works with students and faculty members to accommodate the student’s needs.

Disability Services Process

Disability services may be provided after completing the following three steps:

  • Meet with the Disability Services Coordinator.
  • Submit the Disability Services Request Form  (47 KB).
  • Submit current and comprehensive disability documentation.

To officially identify yourself as a student in need of services, contact the Disability Services Coordinator on your campus.

Guidelines / Procedures

Forms

Information provided to DSC is confidential documentation and evaluation information will not be released without the signed consent of the student.

Disability Services Coordinators Contact Information

Allen Park
Lisa Green
(313) 425-3708
lisa.green@baker.edu

Auburn Hills
Chip Evans
(248) 276-8241
chip.evans@baker.edu

Cadillac
Cliff Redes
(231) 876-3105
clifford.redes@baker.edu

Center for Graduate Studies / Online
Dawn Prueter
(810) 766-4021
dawn.prueter@baker.edu

Clinton Township
Dori Rossi
(586) 790-9716
dori.rossi@baker.edu

Flint / Cass City
Paul Zang
(810) 766-4112
paul.zang@baker.edu

Jackson / Coldwater
Tracy Higgins
(517) 788-7800
tracy.higgins@baker.edu

Muskegon
Chris Bultema
(231) 777-5237
chris.bultema@baker.edu

Owosso
Carol Boyer
(989) 729-3362
carol.boyer@baker.edu

Port Huron
Colleen Kaltz
(810) 989-2383
colleen.kaltz@baker.edu

Reading
Tony Vuckovich
(610) 268-9350
tony.vuckovich@baker.edu

Course Equipment & Software Requirements

Course Equipment & Software Requirements

Course Number Course Name Equipment/Software Required Software Available From
BUS660 The Marketing Environment Web cam with built in microphone (required) Baker supports the following web cams and software based on your operating system:

Mac Only: Built-in Apple iSight web cam and iMovie, or Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro and Quicktime Pro

Windows Only: Logitech B910 Web cam

All of these are available from the Bookstore.

CIS251 System Development Methods Microsoft Visio 2007 or Newer MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CIS310 Visual Basic Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Windows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CIS311 Advanced Visual Basic Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and Windows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CIS351 System Modeling and Design Microsfot Visio 2007 or Newer MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CIS403 Systems Development Project Microsfot Project 2007 or Newer MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CIS421B Database Administration I Oracle 10g Personal Edition otn.oracle.com
(See Note 2)
CIS422 Databse Administration II Oracle 10g Personal Edition otn.oracle.com
(See Note 2)
CS217A C++ Programming Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 and Windows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CS218A Object-Oriented Language with C++ Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 and Windows XP Professional MSDNAA
CS221 Introduction to Java Java 2 SDK www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
CS222 Programming with Java Java 2 SDK, Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router (WRT54G2) by Cisco www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
CS223 Java Object Oriented Programming Java 2 SDK www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
CS311A Java Programming Java 2 SDK www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
CS321 Data Structures and Algorithms I Microsoft Visual Studio . NET 2008 and Windows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CS322 Data Structures and Algorithms II Microsoft Visual Studio . NET 2008 and WIndows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
CS422A Database Programming I Oracle 10g Personal Edition www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
CS423 Database Programming II Oracle 10g Personal Edition www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
GRC131A Introduction to Graphics Imaging Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Bookstore
(See Note 3)
GSD311 C Software Solutions Microsoft Visual Studio . NET 2008 and WIndows XP Professional MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
GSD321 Game Console Design Microsoft Xbox360 w/ Hard Drive
INF121 Introduction to Windows Windows 8 Bookstore
MIS511 Management Information Systems Web cam with built in microphone(required)

Apple iTunes-Free and QuickTime-Free (both are required)

One of the following is required based on your operating system:

Mac Only: QuickTime Pro license required with Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro only

Windows Only: M2Convert (required)

Baker supports the following web cams and software based on your operating system:

Mac Only: Built-in Apple iSight web cam and iMovie, or Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro and Quicktime Pro

Windows Only: Logitech QuickCam 9000, or Logitech QuickCam Fusion Web cam and M2Convert Software

All of these are available from the Bookstore.

ITS341 Scripting for Network Administrators Windows PowerShell Download from Microsoft
PPM311 Project Planning Microsfot Project 2007 or greater MSDNAA
(See Note 1)
SPK201 Oral Communications Web cam with built-in microphone (required).

One of the following is require based on your operating system:

Mac Only: QuickTime Pro license required with Logitech QuickCam Pro only.

Baker supports the following web cams and software based on your operating system:

Mac Only: Built-in Apple iSight web cam and iMovie, or Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro and Quicktime Pro

Windows Only: Logitech B910 Web cam

All of these are available from the Bookstore.

SPK211 Group Dynamics Web cam with built-in microphone (required).One of the following is require based on your operating system:

Mac Only: QuickTime Pro license required with Logitech QuickCam Pro only.

Baker supports the following web cams and software based on your operating system:

Mac Only: Built-in Apple iSight web cam and iMovie, or Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro and Quicktime Pro

Windows Only: Logitech B910 Web cam

All of these are available from the Bookstore.

WEB201 Web Multimedia Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Bookstore
WEB221 Web Scripting Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Bookstore
WEB222 Internet Commerce Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Bookstore
WEB241 ActionScript Programming Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Bookstore
WEB321 Web Application Development Tools Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium or Newer – Full Install Bookstore
WEB331 Enterprise Java J2EE SDK www.sun.com
(See Note 2)
WEB361 Web Server Administration Apache 2.0 HTTP Server www.apache.org
(See Note 2)
WEB411 Web Usuability Design Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium or Newer – Full Install Bookstore
WRI115 Workplace Communication Web cam with built-in microphone (required).

One of the following is require based on your operating system:

Mac Only: QuickTime Pro license required with Logitech QuickCam Pro only

Baker supports the following web cams and software based on your operating system:

Mac Only: Built-in Apple iSight web cam and iMovie, or Logitech Quickcam Vision Pro and Quicktime Pro

Windows Only: Logitech B910 Web cam

All of these are available from the Bookstore.

Note 1
The MSDNAA program is a method for students to obtain Microsoft development applications. Students in courses that are eligible for the MSDNAA program will have access to MSDNAA module through the Baker College tab within Blackboard.

Note 2
Software is available for free from the site noted. There may be a registration process.

Note 3
You may purchase individual versions of the these products from another source, but you may be required to purchase other software from these packages later on in the program. We suggest that you purchase the entire studio or suite initially (available from the Bookstore), as purchasing the software individually will cost much more.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day

On May 24, 2005, the U.S. Department of Education released a Notice of Implementation, announcing that all educational institutions receiving federal funding must provide an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution on September 17 of each year commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the U.S. Constitution.

Senator Robert C. Byrd, a West Virginia Democrat and the former United States Congress unofficial Constitutional scholar, believed that American primary, secondary, and post-secondary students lacked significant knowledge regarding the United States Constitution.

In December 2004, Senator Byrd offered an amendment that was passed by both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate in attempt to increase Constitutional knowledge.

We have provided several resources below to increase awareness and appreciation for Constitution Day and the United States Constitution:

Faculty Directory

Faculty Directory

This document provides a complete list of Baker faculty, organized by campus in alphabetical order.

To search for a specific faculty member/campus/word:

  1. Download and save the file to your computer.
  2. Open the file and hold the CNTL button and F key, and enter the word you wish to search for.
  3. The document will jump to the first instance of the word in the document.
  4. You can use the up/down arrow keys to jump to each instance in the document.

Baker College Faculty List - download now
Download the Faculty List [PDF 1.3 MB]

Full Program List

Full Program List

Program Availability

Program availability varies by campus. Please contact the Admissions Department on your campus to learn more.

Full Course List

Full Course List

You can search for a course below or download the full course list [PDF 3.2 MB].

Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
– –
Choose Any Elective Courses 24
ABT 101
Painting and Refinishing I 6
ABT 102
Painting and Refinishing II 6
ABT 103
Painting and Refinishing Practicum Lab 6
ABT 106
Introduction to Autobody 4
ABT 111
Non-Structural Damage Repair I 6
ABT 112
Non-Structural Damage Repair II 6
ABT 113
Non-Structural Damage Repair Practicum Lab 6
ABT 121
Mechanical and Electrical I 6
ABT 122
Mechanical and Electrical II 6
ABT 151
MIG Welding 5
ABT 211
Structural Damage Repair I 6
ABT 212
Structural Damage Repair II 6
ACC 100
Accounting Elective 4
ACC 121
Fundamentals of Accounting I 4
ACC 122
Fundamentals of Accounting II 4
ACC 231
Computerized Accounting 4
ACC 241
Accounting Concepts 4
ACC 251
Payroll Accounting 4
ACC 301
Intermediate Accounting I 4
ACC 302
Intermediate Accounting II 4
ACC 303
Intermediate Accounting III 4
ACC 312B
Business Entities Taxation 4
ACC 331A
Cost Accounting 4
ACC 341B
Individual Taxation 4
ACC 416
Auditing, Systems, and Controls I 4
ACC 417
Auditing, Systems, and Controls II 4
ACC 431B
Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting 4
ACC 441
Advanced Accounting 4
ACT 103
Computer Aided Architectural Drawing I 4
ACT 104
Building Materials and Construction 4
ACT 105A
Surveying 2
ACT 191A
Blueprint Reading for Architecture 2
ACT 192A
Construction Documents Analysis 2
ACT 201
Structural Analysis 4
ACT 202
Mechanical Systems 4
ACT 203
Construction Cost/Estimating 4
ACT 204B
Builder License/Laws 3
ACT 205
Computer Aided Architectural Drawing II 4
ADP 101
Workplace Technology I 4
ADP 102
Workplace Technology II 4
AG 101
Introduction to Agricultural Industry 4
AG 111
Agribusiness I 4
AG 112
Agribusiness II 4
AG 113
Agribusiness III 4
AG 121
Partners in Agriculture 4
AG 131
Soil Science 4
AG 141
Plant Science and Agronomy 4
AG 151
Weed Disease and Insect Management 4
AG 161
Computers in Agriculture 5
AG 181
Introduction to Agricultural Systems Internship 2
AG 201
Principles of Sustainable Agriculture 4
AG 221
Agriculture Equipment and Tooling 4
AG 231A
Introduction to Precision Agriculture 4
AG 232A
Advanced Precision Agriculture 4
AG 241
Viticulture and the Fruit Industry 4
AG 251
Animal Science 4
AG 256
Veterinary Science 5
AG 261
Animal Husbandry 5
AG 291
Agriculture Capstone and Future Trends 4
AIT 311
Teaching and Learning 4
AIT 321
The Adult Learner 4
AIT 411
Instructional Strategies and Delivery 4
AIT 421
Classroom/Instructional Management 4
AIT 431
Assessment for Student Learning 4
AIT 491
Adult Instructor and Trainer Practicum 4
AMT 191
Blueprint Reading for Industry 4
AMT 299
Advanced Manufacturing Capstone Project 4
ARST 201
Introduction to Restoration 4
ARST 211
Engine Theory/Performance 4
ARST 221
Transmissions, Drive Trains and Axles 6
ARST 231
Chassis Restoration 5
ARST 241
Machining Technology 5
ARST 251
Sheet Metal Fabrication 6
ARST 261
Interior Repair I 4
ARST 262
Interior Repair II 4
ARST 271
Auto Paint Restoration 6
ARST 281
Custom Paint and Graphics 5
AST 100A
Automotive Services Technology Elective 6
AST 100B
Automotive Services Technology Elective 6
AST 100D
Automotive Services Technology Elective 4
AST 100E
Automotive Services Technical Elective 4
AST 102
Engine Performance I 6
AST 103
Engine Performance II 6
AST 106
Introduction to Automotive Service 4
AST 111A
Introduction to Automotive Electrical 5
AST 112B
Electrical/Electronic Systems I 5
AST 113
Electrical/Electronic Systems II 5
AST 121
Engine Repair I 4
AST 122
Engine Repair II 4
AST 211
Introduction to Hybrid Vehicles 4
AST 221A
Automotive Brake Service 6
AST 231A
Automotive Suspension/Steering 6
AST 241A
Heating/Air Conditioning 6
AST 251
Automatic Transmission and Transaxle 8
AST 261
Manual Drive Train and Axles 6
ASTM 103
MOPAR Engine Performance II 6
ASTM 113
MOPAR Electrical/Electronic Systems II 5
ASTM 241
MOPAR Automotive HVAC Systems 6
ASTM 251
MOPAR Automatic Transmission 8
ASTM 261
MOPAR Manual Drive Train 6
AT 321
Structural Design I 4
AT 322
Structural Design II 4
AT 421
Building Systems (MEP) 4
BPA 111
Baking Techniques I 6
BPA 112
Baking Techniques II 6
BPA 151
Pastry Techniques I 6
BPA 152
Pastry Techniques II 6
BPA 153
Pastry Techniques III 6
BPA 221
Advanced Confectionary Arts I 6
BPA 222
Advanced Confectionary Arts II 6
BPA 223
Advanced Confectionary Arts III 6
BPA 251A
Cafe and Restaurant Production 6
BUS 211
Business Analytics 4
BUS 401
International Business 6
BUS 421
Marketing Management 6
BUS 431
Management Strategy 6
BUS 571
Compensation and Benefits 4
BUS 572
Human Resource Management 4
BUS 573A
Labor Relations and Conflict Resolution 4
BUS 574A
Strategic Organizational Development 4
BUS 576A
Employee Staffing and Development 4
BUS 615
Human Behavior Management of Organizations 4
BUS 630
Accounting for the Contemporary Manager 4
BUS 631
Taxation 4
BUS 634
Non-Profit Accounting 4
BUS 635
Global Accounting 4
BUS 640
The Financial Environment 4
BUS 641
Money and Banking 4
BUS 642
Financial Accounting 4
BUS 643
International Business Finance 4
BUS 645
Public Finance 4
BUS 650
The Economic Environment 4
BUS 660
The Marketing Environment 4
BUS 664
International Marketing 4
BUS 666
Marketing Research 4
BUS 667
Promotional Management 4
BUS 668
Distribution Management 4
BUS 678
Research and Statistics for Managers 4
BUS 685
Dynamics of Leadership 4
BUS 686
Leadership Theory and Practice 4
BUS 688
Profiles in Leadership 4
BUS 689
Team Leadership and Group Dynamics 4
BUS 690
Strategy in a Global Environment 4
BUS 750
Healthcare Programs and Policies 4
BUS 752
Healthcare Administration 4
BUS 753
Quality Management in Healthcare Organizations 4
BUS 755
Information Technology Management in Healthcare Organizations 4
BUS 758
Health Law and Ethics 4
BUS 759
Healthcare Finance 4
BUS 800
Doctoral Seminar in Information Proficiency 2
BUS 801
The Scholar Practitioner 4
BUS 810
Leading 21st Century Organizations 4
BUS 811
Managing in a World-Wide Context 4
BUS 812
Knowledge Management and Information Systems 4
BUS 813
Quality Improvement and Organizational Change 4
BUS 814
Corporate and Personal Ethics 4
BUS 840
Statistics for Executives 4
BUS 841
Introduction to Research Design 4
BUS 842
Designing a Qualitative Dissertation Study 4
BUS 843
Designing a Quantitative Dissertation Study 4
BUS 844
Defining the Dissertation Research Problem and Research Question 4
BUS 860
Doctoral Specialization Seminar I 4
BUS 870
Doctoral Specialization Seminar II 4
BUS 880
First Year Professional Residency 2
BUS 881
Second Year Professional Residency 2
BUS 890A
Professional Development I 2
BUS 891A
Professional Development II 2
BUS 892
Comprehensive Essay 2
BUS 893
Qualifying Paper 2
BUS 894
Dissertation Proposal I 4
BUS 895
Dissertation Proposal II 4
BUS 896B
Dissertation I 4
BUS 897B
Dissertation II 4
BUS 898B
Dissertation III 4
BUS 899B
Dissertation IV 4
BUS 900
Dissertation V 4
CAD 111
Computer Aided Drafting I (CAD I) 4
CAD 112
Computer Aided Drafting II (CAD II) 4
CAD 121
3-D CAD I 4
CAD 122
3-D CAD II 4
CAD 131
Introduction to Manufacturing 4
CAD 141
Industrial Materials and Processes 4
CAD 151
Application of Engineering Handbooks 4
CAD 201
Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 4
CAD 215
Statics and Strength of Materials 4
CAD 221A
Catia 8
CAD 223
Catia-Intermediate 4
CAD 224
Catia-Advanced 4
CAD 226A
Unigraphics 8
CAD 228
Unigraphics-Intermediate 4
CAD 229
Unigraphics-Advanced 4
CAD 231A
Pro/ENGINEER 8
CAD 233
Pro/ENGINEER-Intermediate 4
CAD 234
Pro/ENGINEER-Advanced 4
CAD 236A
SolidWorks 8
CAD 238
Solidworks-Intermediate 4
CAD 239
Solidworks-Advanced 4
CAD 241
Tool Design 4
CAD 242
Product Design 4
CAD 243
Equipment Design 4
CAD 244
Vehicle Design 4
CAD 299
Design Capstone 4
CAS 105
EKG Technology 4
CAS 121
Introduction to Echocardiography 3
CAS 141
Cardiovascular Procedures 2
CAS 201
Fundamentals of Sonography 4
CAS 202
Cross-Sectional Sonography 4
CAS 210
Advanced Sonography – Valve Disease 4
CAS 211
Advanced Sonography – Ventricular Disease 4
CAS 212
Advanced Sonography – Advanced Disease 4
CAS 220
Cardiovascular Clinical 5
CAS 221
ECT Clinical Affiliation #1 7
CAS 231
ECT Clinical Affiliation #2 7
CAS 260
Advanced Echocardiographic Procedures 4
CCP 101
Introduction to the Coding Profession 2
CCP 111
CPT-4 Coding 4
CCP 131
ICD-10-CM Coding 4
CCP 201
Coding and Claims Processing 8
CCP 211
Healthcare Reimbursement 4
CCP 261A
Coding Capstone 4
CCP 271
Coding Externship 4
CE 201
Surveying 4
CE 311
Structural Analysis I 4
CE 312
Structural Analysis II 4
CE 321
Design of Bridges 4
CE 325
Geometric Design of Highways and Airports 4
CE 341
Fluid Mechanics 4
CE 345
Soils Mechanics 4
CE 351
Pre-Stressed Concrete Design 4
CE 355
Structural Timber Design 4
CE 358
Pavement Design 4
CE 361
Introduction to Environmental Engineering 4
CE 371
Geotechnical Engineering 4
CE 381
Traffic Engineering 4
CE 385
Transportation Engineering 4
CE 411
Water Resources Engineering 4
CE 415
Hydrology 4
CE 421
Hydraulics 4
CE 431
Water Treatment Principles 4
CE 435
Wastewater Collection Systems 4
CE 438
Solid Waste Principles 4
CE 451
Steel Design 4
CE 455
Reinforced Concrete Design 4
CE 481
Professional Practice 2
CE 491
Engineering Project Management 4
CE 498
Senior Design Project I 2
CE 499
Senior Design Project II 2
CGS 501
Graduate Seminar 1
CIS 106B
Computer Operating Systems and Maintenance I 4
CIS 107B
Computer Operating Systems and Maintenance II 4
CIS 114
Database Fundamentals 2
CIS 119A
iSeries CL and File Design 4
CIS 132A
RPG IV 4
CIS 211
Information Technology Customer Service and Support 4
CIS 233A
Advanced RPG IV 4
CIS 251
Systems Development Methods 4
CIS 302A
Intermediate Database Management 4
CIS 303A
Computer Architecture 4
CIS 310
Visual BASIC 4
CIS 311
Advanced Visual BASIC 4
CIS 313A
Intermediate Spreadsheets 4
CIS 314
Advanced Software Solutions 4
CIS 331
Database Management Using SQL 4
CIS 351
System Modeling and Design 4
CIS 371
Introduction to Healthcare Informatics 4
CIS 403
Systems Development Project 4
CIS 404
Advanced Computer Architecture 4
CIS 421B
Database Administration I 4
CIS 422
Database Administration II 4
CIS 431
Enterprise Architecture 4
CIS 441
IS Strategy, Management and Acquisition 4
CIS 451
Advanced Healthcare Informatics 4
CIS 495
Special Topics in Information Systems 4
CIS 499
Senior Project in Information Systems 4
CM 301
Design-Build 4
CM 306
Advanced Surveying 4
CM 311
Construction Safety 4
CM 401
Advanced Building Technologies 4
CM 406
Construction Estimating and Bidding 4
CM 411
Legal Aspects of Construction 4
CM 416
Construction Contract Administration 4
CM 421
Sustainable and Energy Efficient Design and Construction 4
CM 431
Construction Project Scheduling 4
CM 491
Construction Project Management 4
CNC 111
Basic Gauges and Measurements 4
CNC 121
Machining Theory and Methods 4
CNC 121A
Machining Theory and Methods 4
CNC 131
Precision Machining Methods 4
CNC 141
CNC Theory and Operation 4
CNC 151
CNC Programming 4
CNC 201
MasterCam 4
CNC 202
GibbsCAM 4
COL 491
General Studies Capstone Portfolio 2
CQI 301
Quality Theory 4
CQI 311
Statistical Process Control I 4
CQI 312
Statistical Process Control II 4
CQI 421
Design of Experiments 4
CRJ 101
Introduction to Criminal Justice 4
CRJ 106
Introduction to Corrections 4
CRJ 111
9-1-1 Telecommunications I 4
CRJ 112
9-1-1 Telecommunications II 4
CRJ 121
Correctional Facilities 4
CRJ 131
Client Relations 4
CRJ 141
Criminology 4
CRJ 151
Legal Issues in Corrections 4
CRJ 171
Defensive Tactics 4
CRJ 181
Community Corrections 4
CRJ 211
Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management 4
CRJ 221
Interviewing, Investigations and Report Writing 4
CRJ 231
Principles of Policing I 4
CRJ 232
Principles of Policing II 4
CRJ 261A
Security Management 4
CRJ 281A
Criminal Justice Work Experience I 4
CRJ 301
Juvenile Justice Concepts 4
CRJ 311
Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice 4
CRJ 321
Criminal Law 4
CRJ 331
Cybercrime Investigations 4
CRJ 341
Introduction to Forensic Science 4
CRJ 351
Evidence Collection and Procedures 4
CRJ 361
Organized Crime and Youth Gangs 4
CRJ 371
Criminal Courts 4
CRJ 421
Evidence-Based Practices 4
CRJ 431
Terrorism and Homeland Security 4
CRJ 441
Organizational Leadership in Criminal Justice 4
CRJ 481A
Criminal Justice Work Experience II 4
CS 101
Principles of Computer Science 4
CS 111
Introduction to Programming 4
CS 201
Net-centric Computing 4
CS 217A
C++ Programming 4
CS 218A
Object Oriented Programming With C++ 4
CS 231
Microprocessor Electronics 4
CS 241
Java Programming 4
CS 242
Advanced Java Programming 4
CS 243
Applied Java Techniques 4
CS 321
Data Structures and Algorithms I 4
CS 322
Data Structures and Algorithms II 4
CS 341
Programming for Mobile Devices 4
CS 346
Programming for Security 4
CS 351
Introduction to Android Mobile SDK and 4
CS 352
Advanced Android Mobile Application Development Application Development 4
CS 371
Introduction to iOS Mobile SDK and Application Development 4
CS 372
Advanced iOS Mobile Application Development 4
CS 391
Research in Computer Science 4
CS 401
Introduction to Windows Mobile SDK and Application Development 4
CS 402
Advanced Windows Mobile Application Development 4
CS 406
Operating System Development 4
CS 422A
Database Programming I 4
CS 423
Database Programming II 4
CS 451
Unit Testing and Interfaces 4
CS 461
Security 4
CS 465
Advanced Database Topics 4
CS 481
Trends in Computer Science 4
CS 495
Mobile Application Development Capstone 4
CSC 121B
Introduction to Networks 4
CSC 221B
Routing and Switching Essentials 8
CSC 222
Cisco Wireless Networking 4
CSC 223
Cisco Voice Networking 4
CSC 231B
Scaling Networks 8
CSC 241A
Connecting Networks 8
CSC 301
Cisco Healthcare IT 4
CSC 331
CCNA Security 6
CSC 421
CCNP Route 6
CSC 431
CCNP Switch 6
CSC 441
CCNP Tshoot 6
CUL 101
Introduction to Food Service and Hospitality 2
CUL 110
Product Identification 2
CUL 115A
Culinary Math 4
CUL 131B
Food Safety 2
CUL 141
Nutrition 2
CUL 151
Culinary Skills I 8
CUL 152
Culinary Skills II 8
CUL 153
Culinary Skills III 8
CUL 161
Competitive Cooking 6
CUL 201
Restaurant Techniques 8
CUL 216
Baking for Culinary Students 6
CUL 221
Purchasing and Cost Control 4
CUL 222A
Table Service 8
CUL 231A
Garde Manger 6
DAS 101
Dental Assisting I 5
DAS 102
Dental Assisting II 5
DAS 111
Dental Anatomy, Histology and Embryology 4
DAS 121A
Biomedical Science 4
DAS 131
Dental Materials 4
DAS 141
Dental Radiology 4
DAS 151
Dental Office Management 3
DAS 161
Nutrition and Preventative Dentistry 2
DAS 201A
Clinical Practice 11
DAS 211B
RDA Functions 4
DAS 221A
Dental Specialties 3
DAS 231
Professional Concepts 1
DAS 261
CDA/RDA Exam Preparatory 4
DHY 111A
Dental Hygiene I 6
DHY 112A
Principles of Dental Hygiene 3
DHY 113A
Dental Histology and Embryology 3
DHY 114A
Oral Anatomy 3
DHY 116
Head and Neck Anatomy I 2
DHY 117
Head and Neck Anatomy II 1
DHY 121A
Clinical Dental Hygiene II 4
DHY 122
Oral Pathology 3
DHY 123
Dental Radiography 4
DHY 131A
Clinical Dental Hygiene III 4
DHY 132
Periodontics I 2
DHY 133A
Dental Materials 3
DHY 134
Dental Health Education 2
DHY 141A
Clinical Dental Hygiene IV 2
DHY 201
Dental Pain and Anxiety Control 4
DHY 211B
Clinical Dental Hygiene V 6
DHY 212
Periodontics II 2
DHY 214A
Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist 3
DHY 221A
Clinical Dental Hygiene VI 6
DHY 222
Community Dentistry 4
DHY 223
Radiographic Interpretation 1
DHY 231A
Clinical Dental Hygiene VII 6
DHY 232
Dental Law and Ethics 2
DMD 101
Introduction to Digital Media Communications 4
DMD 111
Introduction to Digital Design/Illustration 4
DMD 121
Introduction to Digital Publishing 4
DMD 131
Introduction to Graphic Imaging 4
DMD 201
Typography 4
DMD 211
Corporate Branding Design 4
DMD 212
Publication Design Processes 4
DMD 213
Collaborative Design Processes 4
DMD 241
Digital Media Production Methods 4
DMD 251
Digital Media Business Practices 4
DMD 291
Portfolio Development 4
DMD 301
Intermediate Graphic Imaging 4
DMD 311
Advanced Graphic Imaging 4
DMD 331
Integrated Media Design 4
DMD 401
Multi-Media Production I 4
DMD 402
Multi-Media Production II 4
DMD 411
Graphic Presentation 4
DMS 201
Sonographic Technique 4
DMS 210A
Ultrasound of the Normal Abdomen and Pelvis 4
DMS 211A
Ultrasound of Abdominal Pathology 4
DMS 212A
OB/GYN Ultrasound Normal and Pathology 4
DMS 213B
Ultrasound of Superficial Structures and Specialty Examinations 4
DMS 215A
Principles of Ultrasound and Instrumentation I 4
DMS 216A
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DMS 220
Clinical I 6
DMS 221
Clinical II 6
DMS 222
Clinical III 6
DMS 223
Clinical IV 6
DMS 230
Ultrasound Review 2
DSL 100A
Diesel Service Technology Elective 4
DSL 100B
Diesel Service Technology Elective 4
DSL 101
Diesel Engine Theory 4
DSL 106
Diesel Shop Practices 4
DSL 116
Introduction to Diesel Electrical 5
DSL 141
Diesel Electrical/Electronic Systems I 5
DSL 142
Diesel Electrical/Electronic Systems II 5
DSL 151
Welding for Heavy Duty Repair 4
DSL 151A
Basic Welding, Cutting, and Fabrication 4
DSL 171
Diesel Engine Repair 5
DSL 181
Introduction to Diesel Maintenance and Repair 4
DSL 211
CDL Preparation for Diesel Service Technician 4
DSL 221
Heavy Duty Brake Service 6
DSL 231
Heavy Duty Suspension/Steering 6
DSL 241
Heavy Duty Heating/Air Conditioning 6
DSL 251
Auxiliary Systems 4
DSL 261
Heavy Duty Drive Trains 6
DSL 271
Diesel Engine Performance 5
DSL 281
Heavy Duty Bus/Truck Maintenance 4
DSL 285
Power Generation 4
DSL 291
Hydraulics 5
DVP 101
Digital Media Fundamentals 4
DVP 111A
Interviewing and Scriptwriting 4
DVP 121
Introduction to Audio Recording 4
DVP 131
Video Field Production 4
DVP 151
Introduction to Digital Video Editing 4
DVP 201
Motion Graphics 4
DVP 211
Digital Video Production Management 4
DVP 221
eLearning Design 4
DVP 252
Intermediate Digital Video Editing 4
DVP 261A
Editing/Motion/Audio – Direct Study Lab 4
ECE 101B
Introduction to Early Childhood Education 4
ECE 111B
Early Childhood Development 4
ECE 131A
Healthy Environments for Early Childhood 4
ECE 141A
Creative Activities 4
ECE 151A
Administration of Early Childhood Programs 4
ECE 165
Observation and Assessment Techniques for Early Childhood Education Programs 4
ECE 171A
Language Development and Language Arts 4
ECE 181
The School-Age Child 4
ECE 191A
CDA Preparation 4
ECE 201C
Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum 4
ECE 201CL
Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum Lab 1
ECE 211A
Developing Anti-Bias Curriculum 4
ECE 221B
Math, Science, and Technology for Early Childhood 4
ECE 231
Guidance and Discipline 4
ECE 251
Developing Curriculum for Early Childhood 4
ECE 271B
Early Childhood Education Practicum 4
ECE 281
Parents and Teachers: Partners in Education 4
ECE 301
Advocating for Young Children 4
ECE 351
Philosophies in Early Childhood Education 4
ECE 361
Survey of Curriculum 4
ECE 371
Early Childhood Education Practicum II 4
ECE 372
Implementation of Curriculum in an Early Childhood Education Environment 4
ECE 401
Advanced Infant/Toddler Care 4
ECE 441
Music and Movement for Young Children 4
ECE 451
Early Childhood Education Practicum III 4
ECE 452
Administrative Operations in ECE 4
ECE 461
Early Assessment and Referral 4
ECE 471
Early Literacy Intervention 4
ECE 491
Senior Seminar: Early Childhood Education 4
ECN 100
Economics Elective 4
ECN 201
Principles of Macroeconomics 4
ECN 202
Principles of Microeconomics 4
ECN 301
International Economics 4
EDU 200A
Introduction to Professional Education Experiences 4
EDU 312A
Educational Psychology 4
EDU 321A
Theory and Principles of Reading Instruction 4
EDU 330
The Exceptional Learner 4
EDU 346A
Integrating Technology into 21st Century Learning 4
EDU 351
Instructional Design and Assessment 4
EDU 371
Early Childhood Education ZS Practicum 4
EDU 421A
Reading in the Content Areas 5
EDU 425
Literacy Education in the Secondary School 6
EDU 441A
Classroom Management 4
EDU 445A
Educational Foundations 2
EDU 451A
Theory and Techniques: Elementary Language Arts and Social Studies 4
EDU 452
Theory and Techniques: Elementary Mathematics and Science 4
EDU 461A
Theory and Techniques of Instruction: Mathematics (6-12) 4
EDU 462A
Theory and Techniques of Instruction: English (6-12) 4
EDU 464A
Theory and Techniques of Instruction: Social Studies (6-12) 4
EDU 475
Pre-School Practicum 3
EDU 476
Directed Teaching-Postbaccalaureate Early Childhood Education 5
EDU 481A
Directed Teaching I 12
EDU 482A
Directed Teaching II 6
EDU 511
Data Analysis for Educators 4
EDU 521
Assessment and Evaluation for Educators I 4
EDU 522
Assessment and Evaluation for Educators II 4
EDU 523
Research in Education 4
EDU 531
Learning Theory and Instruction for Educational Improvement 4
EDU 601
Leadership for Accountability 4
EDU 602
Organizations, Innovation and Accountability 4
EDU 603
Faculty Evaluation and Growth to Improve Student Learning 4
EDU 611
Fiscal, Facilities and School Management 4
EDU 612
Public Policy, Values, and Legal and Ethical Issues in Accountability 4
EDU 613
School and Community Relations – Diversity and Communities+C120 4
EDU 621
Technology for Improving Education 4
EDU 641
Instructional Design for Higher Education 4
EDU 642
Course Facilitation in Higher Education 4
EDU 643
Effective Distance Learning Programs 4
EDU 691
Educational Effectiveness Capstone Experience 4
EE 311A
Circuit Analysis I 4
EE 312
Circuit Analysis II 4
EE 321A
Digital Logic and Circuits I 4
EE 322
Digital Logic and Circuits II 4
EE 331A
Electronic Circuits I 4
EE 332
Electronic Circuits II 4
EE 341
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 4
EE 361
Dynamic Systems and Control 4
EE 411
Signals and Systems 4
EE 421
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 3
EE 426
Microprocessor/Automation Control Lab 2
EE 431
Automation and Control 3
EE 441
Communication Systems and Circuits 4
EE 451
Energy conversion and Power Electronics 4
EE 491
Engineering Project Management 4
EE 498
Senior Design Project I 2
EE 499
Senior Design Project II 2
EET 111A
Electrical Technology 4
EET 115D
DC Circuits 4
EET 125B
AC Circuits 4
EET 136
Digital Circuits I 4
EET 211
Solid State Devices I 4
EET 216
Digital Circuits II 4
EET 221
Fiberoptics and Data Communications 4
EET 251
Introduction to Photonics and Laser Technologies 4
EGR 131
Industrial Mathematics 4
EGR 101
Engineering Graphics 4
EGR 105
Introduction to Engineering and Design 4
EGR 111
Technical Communications for Engineering Sciences 4
EGR 171
Computing for Engineers 4
EGR 321
Engineering Economy I 4
EGR 322
Engineering Economy II 4
EGR 395
Engineering Research 4
ELECT 100A
Elective 4
ELECT 100B
Elective 4
ELECT 100C
Elective 4
ELECT 100D
Elective 4
ELECT 105A
Information Systems Elective 4
ELECT 105B
Information Systems Elective 4
ELECT 105C
Information Systems Elective 4
ELECT 107A
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 107B
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 107C
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 107D
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 107E
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 107F
Information Technology Elective 4
ELECT 111A
Scientific Inquiry Elective 4
ELECT 120A
Communication Elective 4
ELECT 121A
Communication Elective 4
ELECT 121B
Communication Elective 4
ELECT 131A
Global and Cultural Perspectives Elective 4
ELECT 131B
Global and Cultural Perspectives Elective 4
ELECT 141A
Personal and Social Environments Elective 4
ELECT 141B
Personal and Social Environments Elective 4
ELECT 161A
Computer Literacy Elective 2
ELECT 161B
Computer Literacy Elective 2
ELECT 161C
Computer Literacy Elective 2
ELECT 600A
Elective 4
ELECT 600B
Elective 4
ELECT 600C
Elective 4
Elective
Transfer/Work/Military Credits 60
EMS 101
Basic EMT I 12
EMS 102
Basic EMT II 12
EMS 201E
Paramedic Training I 12
EMS 202A
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EMS 203A
Paramedic Training III 12
EMS 204
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EMS 205
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EN 201
Introduction to Entrepreneurship 4
EN 211
Human Resources for Entrepreneurs 4
EN 221
Finance for Entrepreneurs 4
EN 231
Marketing for Entrepreneurs 4
EN 241
Managing Entrepreneurial Operations 4
EN 291
Developing the Business Plan 4
ENG 101
Composition I 4
ENG 102
Composition II 4
ENG 211A
Structures of English 5
ENG 221
Critical Writing and Literary Analysis 4
ENG 231
Language and Culture 4
ENG 311
Creative Writing 4
ENG 321
Language Arts and Linguistic Foundations 4
ENG 411
Foundations of Mass Communication 4
ENG 493
Senior Seminar: English/Language Arts 4
FBM 111
The History and Culture of Eating and Drinking 4
FBM 121
Culinary Fundamentals 6
FBM 131
Accounting for Food and Beverage Managers 4
FBM 151
Liquor Identification and Liabilities 4
FBM 221
Menu Planning and Analysis 4
FBM 231
Hospitality Financial Management 4
FBM 241
Food and Beverage Management 4
FBM 251
Introduction to Wine 4
FBM 255
Beer Styles and Service 4
FBM 261
Bar Management and Mixology 6
FBM 281
Restaurant Operations 8
FBM 331A
Hospitality Marketing 4
FBM 341
Wine and Viticulture 6
FBM 351A
Banquet Meeting and Planning 4
FBM 401
Hospitality Human Resource Management 4
FBM 441
Hospitality Ownership and Entrepreneurship 4
FBM 451A
Controlling and Analyzing Foodservice Operational Costs 4
FIN 100
Finance Elective 4
FIN 101
Personal Finance 4
FIN 301A
Principles of Finance 4
FIN 315
Risk Management 4
FIN 325
Banking and Financial Institutions 4
FIN 341
Credit Analysis and Commercial Lending 4
FIN 355
Financial Markets 4
FIN 401
Personal Financial Planning 4
FIN 451A
International Financial Management 4
FIN 461
Investment Management 4
FIN 471
Financial Statement Analysis 4
FIN 491
Finance Seminar 4
FLEX 1
Flex Studies 4
FLEX 2
Flex Studies 4
FLEX 3
Flex Studies 4
FLEX 4
Flex Studies 4
FLEX 5
Flex Studies 4
FLEX 6
Flex Studies 4
GEN 100A
General Education Elective 4
GenEd
Transfer/Work/Military Credits 72
GEO 101B
World Geography I 4
GEO 102B
World Geography II 4
GSD 301
Game Scripting 4
GSD 311
C# Programming 4
GSD 321
Game Console Design 4
GSD 331
Application Security Practices 4
GSD 341
Flash Game Development 4
GSD 401
3-D Character Design 4
GSD 411
3-D Character Animation 4
GSD 421
Artificial Intelligence 4
GSD 431
Game Programming I 4
GSD 432
Game Programming II 4
GSD 499
Senior Design Project in Game Software Development 4
HIS 201
United States History to 1865 4
HIS 202
United States History Since 1865 4
HIS 231
Michigan History 4
HIS 301
Women’s Studies 4
HIS 311
Social Studies Foundations 4
HIS 351
World History I 4
HIS 352
World History II 4
HIS 353
World History III 4
HIS 354
World History IV 4
HIS 411
Emerging Nations 4
HIS 491A
Senior Seminar: History and Social Studies 4
HIT 100
Healthcare Delivery Systems 4
HIT 101A
Health Data Content and Structure 4
HIT 103A
Organization and Supervision 4
HIT 201
Healthcare Statistics 2
HIT 211
Coding/Classification Systems I 4
HIT 212
Coding/Classification Systems II 4
HIT 213
Coding/Classification Systems III 4
HIT 214A
Coding/Classification Systems IV 2
HIT 221B
Clinical Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement 4
HIT 231A
Legal and Ethical Issues 4
HIT 235
Reimbursement Methodologies and Information Management 4
HIT 243A
Health Information Technology Professional Practice Experience 4
HIT 291
RHIT Review 2
HRM 100
Human Resource Elective 4
HRM 215A
Staffing Human Resources 4
HRM 225A
Training and Developing Human Resources 4
HRM 291
Human Resource Seminar 4
HRM 300
Compensating Human Resources 4
HRM 315A
Performance Management of Human Resources 4
HRM 401
Human Resources and Employment Law 4
HRM 401R
Human Resources and Employment Law 6
HRM 435B
International Human Resource Management 4
HRM 491
Strategic Human Resource Management 4
HSC 100B
Community First Aid 1
HSC 102
BLS Provider Training and First Aid 1
HSC 104
Introduction to Disease 4
HSC 105C
Patient Care for the Imaging Professional 4
HSC 111
Introduction to Healthcare 4
HSC 112
Clinical Documentation 1
HSC 151
Introduction to Electronic Health Records 2
HSC 161
Legal Concepts to Medical Practice 2
HSC 181A
Acoustical Physics 5
HSC 206
Basic Pharmacology 4
HSC 208
Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2
HSC 211
Lifespan Development 2
HSC 221
Nutrition 4
HSC 281
Neurological Foundations of Motor Control 2
HSC 285
Clinical Pathology 3
HSC 312
Health Law and Regulations 4
HSC 315
Planning and Evaluation of Health Services 4
HSC 341
Health, Physical Education, and Nutrition for Elementary Teachers 4
HSC 401
Healthcare Administration 4
HSC 402A
Ethics for Health Professionals 4
HSC 403
Health System Finance 4
HSC 411
Seminar in Health Issues 4
HT 101
Introduction to Dialysis 4
HT 111
Fundamentals of Dialysis I 4
HT 112
Fundamentals of Dialysis II 4
HT 113
Fundamentals of Dialysis III 4
HT 131
Clinical Practicum I (Lab) 4
HT 132
Clinical Practicum II (Lab) 4
HT 133
Clinical Practicum III (Externship) 4
HT 171
Hemodialysis Technician Credential Review 3
HUM 101B
Art and Architecture I (Antiquity to Renaissance) 4
HUM 102B
Art and Architecture II (Baroque to Modern) 4
HUM 351A
Visual and Performing Arts for Elementary Educators 4
HUM 353
Art Appreciation 2
HUM 357
Music Appreciation 2
HUM 401A
Philosophy of Ethics 4
HUS 101B
Introduction to Human Services 4
HUS 121
Family Dynamics 4
HUS 131B
Human Services Resources 2
HUS 141
Abuse and Neglect in the Family 4
HUS 201
Substance Abuse 4
HUS 211
Assessment, Recording, and Reporting 4
HUS 221
Case Management I 4
HUS 231
Crisis Intervention 2
HUS 271A
Human Services Internship I 6
HUS 292A
Family Support Strategies 4
HUS 301A
Research Methods in Human Services 4
HUS 321A
Human Services Administration I 4
HUS 351
Child Welfare Services 4
HUS 371A
Human Services Internship II 6
HUS 403
Mental Health Services 4
HUS 411A
Institutional Treatment and Alternative Settings in Human Services 4
HUS 412
Case Management II 4
HUS 421A
Human Services Administration II 4
HUS 431
The DSM System 4
HUS 441
Home Visitation 2
HUS 471A
Human Services Internship III 6
HVAC 101
Introduction to Mechanical Systems 4
HVAC 112A
HVAC Installation, Maintenance and Repair 4
HVAC 115
Heating I 4
HVAC 116
Heating II 4
HVAC 121
EPA Recovery/Certification 2
HVAC 123A
Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps 4
HVAC 131
Mechanical Code 2
HVAC 151A
HVAC Electrical Systems and Applications I 4
HVAC 152
HVAC Electrical Systems and Applications II 4
IND 100
Introduction to Interior Design 4
IND 102
Workroom Practices 4
IND 104
Interior Design Business Practices 4
IND 105C
Textiles 4
IND 111A
Space Planning I 4
IND 112A
Space Planning II 4
IND 121
Interior Design Graphics 4
IND 131
Introduction to CAD 2
IND 151
Interior Design Sales 4
IND 201
History of Furnishing 4
IND 202
Rendering Techniques and Perspectives 4
IND 214
20-20 CAD 2
IND 215
Interior Design CAD 4
IND 221
Building Systems 4
IND 231
Studio Bath 4
IND 241
Studio Kitchen 4
IND 253A
Portfolio Projects 4
IND 301
Building Codes and Construction 4
IND 321
Advanced Rendering Techniques and Perspectives 4
IND 331
3-D Modeling 4
IND 341
Universal Design 4
IND 351
Sustainable Design 4
IND 361
Healthcare Design 4
IND 401
Lighting Design 4
IND 421
Historical Preservation 4
IND 431
Commercial Design I 4
IND 432
Commercial Design II 4
IND 491
Senior Design Studio 4
IND 499
Senior Design Portfolio 2
INF 112
Word Processing 2
INF 113
Electronic Spreadsheets 2
INF 114A
Introduction to Database Applications 2
INF 121
Introduction to Windows 2
INF 131
Internet and the World Wide Web 2
INF 141A
Microsoft PowerPoint 2
INF 161
Technology and Society 2
ISE 311
Manufacturing Processes 4
ISE 331
Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engineering 4
ISE 335
Work Analysis and Design 4
ISE 411
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 4
ISE 421
Introduction to Operations Research 4
ISE 431
Facilities Design 4
ISE 435
Manufacturing Strategies 4
ISE 491
Engineering Project Management 4
ISE 498
Senior Design Project I 2
ISE 499A
Senior Design Project II 2
ITP 101
The Deaf Community 2
ITP 111
American Sign Language I 4
ITP 112
American Sign Language II 4
ITP 113
American Sign Language III 4
ITP 121
Expressive Manual Communication 2
ITP 131A
Fingerspelling I 2
ITP 132A
Fingerspelling II 2
ITP 141A
Sign to Voice I 4
ITP 201
Voice to Sign I 4
ITP 202
Voice to Sign II 4
ITP 214
American Sign Language IV 4
ITP 221
Introduction to the Interpreting Profession 4
ITP 231
Linguistic Principles 4
ITP 242A
Sign to Voice II 4
ITP 243A
Sign to Voice III 4
ITP 251A
Transliterating I 4
ITP 261A
Deaf Culture and History 4
ITP 271
Signing Internship I 4
ITP 272
Signing Internship II 4
ITP 291
Professional Interpreter Seminar I 4
ITP 303
Voice to Sign III 4
ITP 315
American Sign Language V 4
ITP 331
Language Semantics 4
ITP 332
ASL Discourse 4
ITP 333
Classifiers and Depictions 4
ITP 352
Transliterating II 4
ITP 373
Signing Internship III 4
ITP 381
The Interpreting Process 4
ITP 401
Deaf Literature and Arts 4
ITP 453
Transliterating III 4
ITP 474
Signing Internship IV 4
ITP 481
Educational Interpreting 4
ITP 482
Interpreting in Specialized Settings 4
ITP 483
Deaf and Blind Interpreting 4
ITP 491
Professional Interpreting Seminar II 4
ITS 111
Introduction to Information System Security 4
ITS 211
Introduction to Network Security 4
ITS 221
VPN/Firewall Architecture and Management I 4
ITS 222
VPN/Firewall Architecture and Management II 4
ITS 305
Security Policies and Auditing 4
ITS 315
Information Systems Threat Assessment 4
ITS 321
Legal and Ethical Issues in Information Technology 4
ITS 325
Securing Systems 4
ITS 331
Designing for Security 4
ITS 341
Scripting for Network Administrators 4
ITS 405
Internet and Web Security 4
ITS 415
Firewall Concepts 4
ITS 421
Tactical Perimeter Defense 4
ITS 425
Computer Forensics and Investigation 4
ITS 435
Disaster Recovery 4
ITS 491
Information Security Research and Design Project 4
JNYCD 100F
Journeyman Status 56
JNYCD 100G
Journeyman Status 42
LAW 100
Law Elective 4
LAW 211
Business Law 4
LAW 312
Advanced Business Law 4
LIT 301
Contemporary Literature 4
LIT 321A
Children’s Literature 4
LIT 331
American Literature I 4
LIT 332
American Literature II 4
LIT 401A
Survey of English Literature 4
LIT 405
Literature for Young Adults 4
LIT 411
Studies in Literature 4
LNM 411
Six Sigma Basics-Green Belt 4
LUX 205
Introduction to Linux/Unix 4
LUX 211
Shell Programming 4
LUX 261
Linux/Unix System Administration I 4
LUX 262
Linux/Unix System Administration II 4
LUX 263
Linux/Unix System Administration III 4
LUX 269
Linux/Unix Systems Project 4
MATT 101
Basic Gauges and Measurements 4
MATT 105
Machine Tool 6
MATT 111
Electrical Technology 4
MATT 115
AC/DC Circuits 4
MATT 121
Integrated Systems 4
MATT 131
Solid State Devices 4
MATT 135
Electro-Hydraulics 6
MATT 141
Industrial Materials and Processes 4
MATT 151
Mechanical Drives 6
MATT 171
Industrial Safety Hoists and Cranes Practicum 4
MATT 191
Blueprint Reading 4
MATT 211
Industrial Controls and Instrumentation 4
MATT 221
Programmable Controller Application 5
MATT 222
Advanced Programmable Controller Application 5
MATT 225
Introduction to Robotics 4
MATT 231
Fundamentals of Pipe Fitting 2
MATT 235
Introduction to Gas/Arc/Mig/Tig Welding 4
MATT 251
General Preventative/Predictive Maintenance 4
MATT 271
Shop Floor Networking 4
MATT 281
Material Science Practicum 1
MATT 282
Quality Practicum 1
MATT 283
Project Management Practicum 1
MATT 299
Capstone Project 4
ME 107
Introduction to 3-D Modeling 4
ME 201
Statics 4
ME 211
Solid Mechanics 4
ME 281
Materials Science 4
ME 299
Design Project 4
ME 301
Introduction to CAE 4
ME 305
Introduction to FEA 4
ME 306
Intermediate FEA 4
ME 311
Biomechanics and Biomaterials 4
ME 321
Dynamics 4
ME 325
Kinematics 4
ME 331
Thermodynamics 4
ME 341A
Fluid Mechanics I 4
ME 342
Fluid Mechanics II 4
ME 350
Ergonomics for Engineers 4
ME 351
Mechanical Design I 4
ME 352
Mechanical Design II 4
ME 361
Dynamic Systems and Control 4
ME 371
Heat Transfer 4
ME 376
Thermo Systems Lab 2
ME 381
Mechatronics 4
ME 421
Vibrations 4
ME 425
Noise, Vibration, and Harshness 4
ME 491
Engineering Project Management 4
ME 495
Engineering Topics 4
ME 495A
Engineering Topics: CAE with Solidworks 4
ME 495B
Engineering Topics: Alternative Energies 4
ME 498
Senior Design Project I 2
ME 499A
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MED 103
Medical Terminology 4
MED 106
Asepsis 1
MED 109
Physician’s Office Coding 2
MED 112
Medical Office Finance 2
MED 113
Math for Health Occupations 2
MED 116
Patient Assessment 2
MED 171
Electronic Medical Records 4
MED 185
Phlebotomy 2
MED 186
EKG 2
MED 203C
Physician’s Office Billing 4
MED 205D
Specialty Examination 4
MED 207
Medical Office Procedures 4
MED 208
Minor Office Surgery 2
MED 218B
Administration of Medications 4
MED 220C
Physician’s Office Laboratory 4
MED 236
Introduction to Medical Office Administration 2
MED 241
Practice Management 4
MED 251
Medical Office Administration Seminar 4
MED 271
Medical Office Administration Practicum 4
MED 291A
CMA Review 2
MGT 100
Management Elective 4
MGT 101
Introduction to Business 4
MGT 111
Professional Management Behavior 4
MGT 114
Customer Service 4
MGT 121
Fundamentals of Business Analytics 4
MGT 141
Principles of Management 4
MGT 211
Management and Supervision 4
MGT 212
Human Resource Management 4
MGT 212A
Staffing and Performance Management 4
MGT 221
Applied Business Analytics 4
MGT 222
Management Seminar 4
MGT 250
Conflict Management 4
MGT 311
Organizational Change 4
MGT 321
Management Information Systems 4
MGT 331
Applied Leadership 4
MGT 341
Globalization and Diversity 4
MGT 350
Services Management 4
MGT 405
Contemporary Management Strategies 4
MGT 422
Operations Management 4
MGT 431
Strategic Management 4
MGT 442
Global Management 4
MIS 121A
Introduction to Medical Reimbursement 4
MIS 182A
Revenue Cycle Management 4
MIS 201C
Claims Processing Adjudication 4
MIS 211A
Facility Billing and Coding 4
MIS 221
Coding I 4
MIS 222
Coding II 4
MIS 223
Coding III 4
MIS 251
Reimbursement Ethics and Compliance 4
MIS 291A
Medical Insurance Certification Review 4
MIS 511
Management Information Systems 4
MIS 521
Information Systems Project Management 4
MIS 526
Fundamentals of Business Intelligence 4
MIS 531
Database Design and Management 4
MIS 541
Data Communications and Networking 4
MIS 601
Information Security 4
MIS 611
System Analysis and Design 4
MIS 621
Systems Architectures 4
MIS 624
Data Warehousing 4
MIS 626
Decision Support and Dashboarding 4
MIS 671
Information Systems Integration Project I 4
MIS 672
Information Systems Integration Project II 6
MKT 100
Marketing Elective 4
MKT 111B
Principles of Marketing 4
MKT 131
Personal Selling 4
MKT 201
Sales 4
MKT 202
Advertising 4
MKT 215
Applied Marketing 4
MKT 241
Advertising/Digital Marketing I 4
MKT 251
Marketing Analytics I 4
MKT 261
Marketing Planning 4
MKT 291
Marketing Seminar 4
MKT 312
Consumer Behavior 4
MKT 342
Digital Marketing II 4
MKT 352
Marketing Analytics II 4
MKT 401
Marketing Research 4
MKT 402
Advertising Management 4
MKT 421
Marketing Management 4
MKT 436
Marketing Strategy and Design 4
MLT 102
Clinical Laboratory Techniques 4
MLT 111
Phlebotomy for Laboratory Professionals 3
MLT 201
Immunohematology 4
MLT 202
Laboratory Chemistry 4
MLT 203A
Medical Microbiology 4
MLT 204
Hematology 4
MLT 205B
Immunology/Serology 3
MLT 206B
Urinalysis 2
MLT 207
Mycology, Parasitology/Virology 2
MLT 209
Coagulation 2
MLT 271
Clinical Laboratory I 12
MLT 272
Clinical Laboratory II 12
MLT 291
MLT Capstone Review 2
MNP 171A
Windows 7 Configuration 4
MNP 181
Windows 8 Configuration 4
MNP 201
Microsoft Windows Server Administration I 4
MNP 202
Microsoft Windows Server Administration II 4
MNP 203
Microsoft Windows Server Administration III 4
MNP 211
Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory 4
MNP 221
Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure 4
MNP 231
Administering Windows Server 2008 4
MNP 301
Implementing and Maintaining Microsoft SQL Server 4
MNP 311
Configuring Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 4
MNP 321
Configuring Microsoft Exchange Server 4
MNP 401
Configuring Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure 4
MNP 411
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator 4
MNP 431
Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure 4
MNP 432
Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure 4
MSG 101
Massage Therapy I 4
MSG 102A
Massage Therapy II 3
MSG 111B
Anatomy of Movement I 3
MSG 112A
Anatomy of Movement II 3
MSG 121A
Energy-Based Massage Techniques 3
MSG 141A
Therapeutic Massage Techniques 3
MSG 152
Business and Ethics for Massage Therapists 4
MSG 161A
Sports/Occupational Massage Techniques 3
MSG 171A
Documentation for Therapeutic Massage 3
MSG 201A
Integrative Bodywork 3
MSG 205A
Complementary Modalities for the Massage Therapist 3
MSG 211C
Pathology and Pharmacology for Therapeutic Massage 3
MSG 220A
Therapeutic Massage Lab I 2
MSG 221B
Therapeutic Massage Lab II 2
MSG 222B
Therapeutic Massage Lab III 4
MSG 231C
Preparation for Licensure Examination 2
MSG 242
Therapeutic Massage Clinical Internship and Capstone 4
MTH 101
Mathematics for Business 4
MTH 108
College Mathematics I: Reasoning and Application 4
MTH 109
College Mathematics II 4
MTH 111
Introductory Algebra 4
MTH 112A
College Algebra 4
MTH 124
Trigonometry 4
MTH 140
Pre-Calculus 5
MTH 141
Calculus I 4
MTH 141A
Calculus I 4
MTH 142
Calculus II 4
MTH 143
Calculus III 4
MTH 211A
Number Concepts for Educators 4
MTH 212A
Geometric and Statistical Concepts for Educators 4
MTH 244
Calculus IV 4
MTH 251
Introduction to Differential Equations 4
MTH 261
Linear Algebra 4
MTH 315A
Algebraic Thinking and Proportional Reasoning 4
MTH 331
Geometry for Elementary Teachers 4
MTH 340
Discrete Mathematics 4
MTH 351
Modern Algebra 4
MTH 371
Probability and Statistics for Educators 4
MTH 401
Statistical Methods 4
MTH 411A
Reasoning and Proof for Elementary Educators 4
MTH 421A
Math Technology for Educators 4
MTH 431
Foundations of College Geometry 4
MTH 451
Introduction to Real Analysis 4
MTH 493
Senior Seminar: Mathematics 4
NET 101
Networking Essentials I 4
NET 102
Networking Essentials II 4
NET 211
Wireless Networking 4
NET 222
Introduction to Routers and Routing 4
NET 224
Advanced Routers and Routing 4
NET 226A
Designing Internetwork Solutions 4
NET 301
Building Multi-Layer Switched Networks 4
NET 311
Building Scalable Internetworks 8
NET 321A
Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks 4
NET 401
Internetwork Troubleshooting 4
NET 411A
Securing Networks with Firewalls 4
NET 421A
Internetwork Design Project 4
NPMG 301
Grant Writing 4
NPMG 311
Fundamentals of Non-Profit Management 4
NPMG 312
Fundamentals of Non-Profit Management II 4
NPMG 321
Marketing and Communication for Non-Profit Organizations 4
NPMG 331
Fund Development 4
NUR 101A
Nursing Fundamentals 8
NUR 105
Introduction to Nursing for the BSN 2
NUR 106
Nursing Pharmacology Overview 2
NUR 111
Health Assessment 2
NUR 121B
Medical/Surgical Nursing I 10
NUR 131
Nursing Strategies Across the Lifespan and Across the Continuum 2
NUR 141
Nursing Drug Applications 2
NUR 171
Legal Issues in Nursing 2
NUR 201A
Mental Health Nursing 5
NUR 205
Fundamentals of Nursing for the BSN 9
NUR 211B
Medical/Surgical Nursing II 5
NUR 215
Health Assessment for the BSN 5
NUR 225
Pharmacology and Medication Administrationfor the BSN 5
NUR 231C
Medical/Surgical Nursing III 10
NUR 235
Medical/Surgical Nursing I for the BSN 10
NUR 281
Nursing Leadership Seminar 3
NUR 305
Mental Health Nursing for the BSN 6
NUR 311
Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice 4
NUR 321
Nursing Assessment for the Registered Nurse 4
NUR 331
Health Promotion and Vulnerable Populations 4
NUR 335
Medical/Surgical Nursing II for the BSN 7
NUR 341
Nursing Theory and Research 4
NUR 345
Evidence Based Practice for the BSN 4
NUR 355
Maternal/Child Nursing for the BSN 6
NUR 365
Child and Family Nursing for the BSN 6
NUR 411
Community Health Nursing 4
NUR 412
Community Health Nursing Practicum 4
NUR 415
Community Nursing for the BSN 6
NUR 421
Nursing Leadership and Management 4
NUR 422
Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum 4
NUR 425
Nursing Leadership for the BSN 5
NUR 431
Global Health 4
NUR 435
Medical/Surgical Nursing III for the BSN 7
NUR 441
Pathophysiology for the Registered Nurse 4
NUR 482
Nursing Seminar 4
NUR 485
Nursing Synthesis for the BSN 6
NUR 511
Advanced Practice Nursing Roles 4
NUR 521
Organization, Delivery & Policy in Healthcare 4
NUR 531
Nursing Theory & Research [Statistics Required] 4
NUR 541
Informatics and Healthcare Technologies 4
NUR 551
Quality Improvement, Outcomes Management, & Population Health 4
NUR 561
Nursing Leadership & Ethical Standards 4
NUR 611
Advanced Health Assessment & Pharmacology 4
NUR 612
Advanced Pathophysiology & Pharmacology 4
NUR 621
Instructional Strategies for Nursing Education 4
NUR 622
Curriculum Development for Nursing Education 4
NUR 623
Evaluation Strategies for Nursing Education 4
NUR 643
Foundations of Nursing Administration 4
NUR 671
Teaching Practicum Classroom/Online 4
NUR 681
Practicum in Nursing Education 4
NUR 686
Practicum in Nursing Administration 6
NURL 151B
Maternal Child Nursing 6
NURL 161B
Pediatric Nursing for the ADN 4
OCC 101
Introduction to Occupational Therapy 4
OCC 201B
Therapeutic Use of Occupation I 5
OCC 202B
Therapeutic Use of Occupation II 5
OCC 205
Range/Muscle Testing 2
OCC 221A
Level I Fieldwork (Children) 2
OCC 231
Assessment of Occupational Performance 4
OCC 241
Child Development and the Implications of Pathology/Conditions 4
OCC 302
Mental Health Conditions and Occupational Dysfunction 4
OCC 313
Personal and Environmental Adaptations 4
OCC 314A
Introduction to Documentation in the Healthcare System 4
OCC 322B
Occupational Therapy and Case Management 2
OCC 323A
Level I Fieldwork (Late Adulthood) 2
OCC 331
Evaluation of Occupational Performance 4
OCC 332
Occupational Therapy Theory/Frames of Reference 4
OCC 341
Disease/Injury and Occupational Dysfunction 4
OCC 351
The Aging Process and the Implications of Pathology/Conditions 4
OCC 402A
Program Planning/Intervention Strategies (Early/Middle Adulthood) 5
OCC 403A
Program Planning/Intervention Strategies (Late Adulthood) 5
OCC 406
Complementary Therapies, Wellness and Occupation 4
OCC 413
Roles of Occupation and Psychosocial Treatment Interventions 4
OCC 414
Return to Work and Functional Adaptation 4
OCC 415
Community-Based Occupational Therapy 4
OCC 416
Applied Assessment and Documentation 4
OCC 501
Program Planning/Intervention (Childhood) 5
OCC 505
Assessment and Treatment Interventions for Mental Health Practice 4
OCC 511
Occupational Therapy Research 4
OCC 512
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Techniques 4
OCC 513A
Independent Study in Occupational Therapy Research 4
OCC 521
Upper Extremity Anatomy 4
OCC 522
Splinting and Related Hand Therapy Topics 4
OCC 530A
Case Based Clinical Reasoning 6
OCC 541A
Leadership and Management Roles in Occupational Therapy Practice 4
OCC 561
Level I Fieldwork (Psychological and Social Factors)+C392 4
OCC 571
Occupational Therapy Level II Fieldwork 6
OCC 572
Occupational Therapy Level II Fieldwork 6
OCC 691
Graduate Seminar in Certification Preparation 1
OP 101
Introduction to Opticianry 4
OP 111
Ocular Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology 4
OP 121A
Optical Laboratory Theory 3
OP 211
Optical Theory I 3
OP 212
Optical Theory II 3
OP 221A
Optical Dispensing I Theory 3
OP 222A
Optical Dispensing II Theory 3
OP 226
Ophthalmic Procedures 4
OP 231
Introduction to Contact Lenses 2
OP 232
Contact Lenses 4
OP 241
Opticianry Management 2
OP 251
Current Trends in Opticianry 4
OP 261
Optical Dispensing Laboratory 3
OP 271
Opticianry Externship 8
OPT 101
Introduction to Orthotic/Prosthetic Technology 5
OPT 201A
Foot and Ankle Orthotics 6
OPT 203
Lower Extremity Plastic Orthotic Systems 6
OPT 204
Lower Extremity Metal Orthotic Systems 6
OPT 211A
Partial Foot and Symes Prosthetics 6
OPT 212A
Trans-tibial Prosthetics 6
OPT 213A
Trans-femoral Prosthetics 6
OPT 221
Upper Extremity Orthotics 6
OPT 233
Upper Extremity Prosthetics 6
OPT 241B
Spinal Orthotics 4
OPT 251
Orthotics/Prosthetic Clinical Externship 6
OPT 291
Orthotic/Prosthetic Technology Review 2
OTA 111
Introduction to Occupational Therapy Assisting 2
OTA 120
Elements of Therapeutic Media 3
OTA 141A
Fundamentals of Occupational Therapy Assistant Practice 3
OTA 171A
OTA Level I Fieldwork A 1
OTA 172A
OTA Level I Fieldwork B 1
OTA 201B
OTA Clinical Techniques in Mental Health 2
OTA 202B
OTA Clinical Techniques in Physical Dysfunction 2
OTA 211B
OTA Principles and Applications in Mental Health 4
OTA 221A
OTA Principles and Applications in Physical Dysfunction 4
OTA 231C
OTA Principles and Applications in Pediatrics 3
OTA 251
OT in Specialty Areas 2
OTA 252
Geriatric Patient Care 3
OTA 261
OTA Professional Preparation 1
OTA 262
OTA Fieldwork Integration 1
OTA 271B
OTA Level II Fieldwork A 6
OTA 272B
OTA Level II Fieldwork B 6
OTA 291
OTA Board Review 1
PAR 101
Law, Legal Profession, and Terminology 4
PAR 111
Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis I 4
PAR 112
Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis II 4
PAR 113A
Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis III 4
PAR 131A
Law Office Technology and Ethics 4
PAR 201
Torts 4
PAR 211
Criminal Law and Procedures 4
PAR 221
Business Organizations 4
PAR 231A
Wills, Trust, and Probate Administration 4
PAR 241
Contract Law 4
PAR 291
Civil Litigation 4
PAR 321
Family Law 4
PAR 335
Healthcare and Insurance Law 4
PAR 341
Elder Law 4
PAR 345
Alternative Dispute Resolution 4
PAR 351
Property and Real Estate Law 4
PAR 361
Employment and Labor Law 4
PAR 371
Debtor/Creditor Law (Bankruptcy) 4
PAR 421
Administrative Law 4
PAR 431
Legal Technology and Software 4
PAR 435
Immigration Law 4
PAR 445
Intellectual Property Law 4
PAR 491
Evidence (Litigation II) 4
PHL 101
Introduction to Phlebotomy 2
PHL 111
Phlebotomy Lab Skills 3
PHL 201
Phlebotomy Laboratory Integration 2
PHL 202
Phlebotomy Exam Review 2
PHL 225
Phlebotomy Externship/Internship 3
PHT 101B
Introduction to Pharmacy Technology 4
PHT 111A
Pharmacy Technology I 4
PHT 112A
Pharmacy Technology II 4
PHT 121
Interpretation of Medication Orders 4
PHT 211B
Hospital Pharmacy 4
PHT 212B
Community Pharmacy 4
PHT 231
Compounding 4
PHT 241
Pharmacy 3rd Party Billing 4
PHT 251
Pharmacy Clinical I 4
PHT 252
Pharmacy Clinical II 4
PHT 261
Pharmacy Technician Capstone Review 4
PLT 211
Geometrical Optics 4
PLT 221
Wave Optics 4
PLT 231
Laser Fundamentals 4
PLT 235
Laser Systems 4
PLT 241
Optical Systems Analysis 4
PLT 251
Photonics Applications 4
PLT 271
Capstone Project 4
PN 121B
Medical/Surgical Nursing for the PN 9
PN 131C
Maternity and Pediatric Nursing for the Practical Nurses 4
PN 171A
Practical Nurse Seminar 1
POL 201A
American Political Systems 4
POL 401
International Relations 4
PPM 301
Project Management 4
PPM 311
Project Planning 4
PPM 321
Negotiation Strategies 4
PPM 401
Project Cost and Budget Management 4
PPM 411
Leading Project Teams 4
PPM 421
Contracting and Procurement for Project Managers 4
PPM 499
Senior Design Project in Project Management 4
PST 101
Introduction to Polysomnography 4
PST 111
Polysomnographic Seminar I 1
PST 112
Polysomnographic Seminar II 1
PST 121
Patient Preparation 2
PST 131
Professional Management and Legal Issues 2
PST 201
Electronic Theory and Instrumentation Monitoring 4
PST 211
Therapeutic Interventions 4
PST 221A
Neuroanatomy and Pathology 2
PST 231
Cardiorespiratory Pharmacology 2
PST 241
Sleep Analyzing Computers 4
PST 261
Polysomnography Clinical I 2
PST 262
Polysomnography Clinical II 2
PST 271
Polysomnography Internship 4
PST 281
Advanced Polysomnography 4
PST 291
Polysomnography Registry Review 2
PSY 101
Human Relations 4
PSY 111
General Psychology 4
PSY 121
History of Psychology 4
PSY 201A
Cognitive-Behavior Therapy 4
PSY 211
Psychology of Death and Dying 4
PSY 221
Developmental Psychology 4
PSY 231
Organizational Psychology 4
PSY 241
Theories of Counseling 4
PSY 251
Cognitive Psychology 4
PSY 271
Sports Psychology 4
PSY 311
Abnormal Psychology 4
PSY 321
Psychology of Disability 4
PSY 331
Human Development I 4
PSY 332
Human Development II 4
PSY 335
Human Sexuality 4
PSY 336
Psychology of Gender 4
PSY 350
Child Psychology 4
PSY 351
Adolescent Psychology 4
PSY 355
Personality Psychology 4
PSY 366
Research Methods I 4
PSY 367
Research Methods II 4
PSY 381
Cross-Cultural Psychology 4
PSY 391
Bio-Chemical/Neural Psychology 4
PSY 401
Social Psychology 4
PSY 402
Gerontology 4
PSY 405
Psychopharmacology 2
PSY 411
Clinical Methods in Mental Health 4
PSY 431
Physiological Psychology 4
PSY 441
Sensation and Perception 4
PSY 442
Learning and Memory 4
PSY 445
Motivation and Emotion 4
PSY 451
Psychopharmacology for Psychology Majors 4
PSY 491
Senior Seminar: Psychology 4
PSY 511
History and Systems in Psychology 4
PSY 521
Industrial/Organizational Psychology 4
PSY 531
Tests and Measurements 4
PSY 541
Statistics and Data Analysis 4
PSY 551
Consultation Psychology 4
PSY 561
Research Methods 4
PSY 571
Psychology of Leadership 4
PSY 611
Testing and Assessment in the Workplace 4
PSY 621
Psychology of Performance and Motivation 4
PSY 631
Psychology of Cognition and Learning 4
PSY 641
Psychology of Personnel Management and Human Resources 4
PSY 651
Social Psychology 4
PSY 661
Evidence Based Coaching 4
PSY 671
Industrial/Organizational Psychology Residency 4
PSY 699
Integrative Capstone in Psychology 4
PTA 111
Introduction to PTA 2
PTA 112
Therapeutic Documentation for the PTA 1
PTA 171A
Clinical Education I 2
PTA 172A
Clinical Education II 2
PTA 211
PTA Techniques I 4
PTA 212
PTA Techniques II 4
PTA 221B
Therapeutic Exercise I 5
PTA 222B
Therapeutic Exercise II 5
PTA 231B
Functional Mobility 4
PTA 241C
Acute and Long-Term Care 3
PTA 258
Special Topics in Physical Therapy 3
PTA 261B
Professional Preparation I 1
PTA 262A
PTA Capstone 1
PTA 263
Professional Preparation II 1
PTA 271D
Clinical Education III 8
PTA 272D
Clinical Education IV 8
PTA 281
Neurological Foundations of Motor Control for the PTA 3
RAD 131
Introduction to Radiographic Practice 2
RAD 141
Patient Care in Radiography 5
RAD 151
General Imaging I 5
RAD 152
General Imaging II 5
RAD 161
Digital Imaging Concepts 2
RAD 211
Radiographic Positioning I 5
RAD 212
Radiographic Positioning II 5
RAD 213
Radiographic Positioning III 5
RAD 221
Radiographic Pharmacology 2
RAD 231
Radiographic Science Theory 2
RAD 241
Radiographic Biology and Protection 2
RAD 251
CT and Advanced Procedures 4
RAD 271
Radiographic Clinical I 12
RAD 272
Radiographic Clinical II 12
RAD 273
Radiographic Clinical III 10
RAD 291
Preparation to Achieve Student Success (PASS) 2
RBT 241
Behaviors of Autistic and Special Needs 4
RBT 271
Behaviors of Autistic and Special Needs Practicum 4
RDT 171
Introduction to Radiation Therapy 4
RDT 221
Imaging and Processing in Radiation Oncology 5
RDT 231
Patient Care Management 2
RDT 261
Radiobiology 2
RDT 311
Radiation Therapy Physics I 4
RDT 312
Radiation Therapy Physics II 4
RDT 321A
Sectional Anatomy 4
RDT 331
Introduction to Clinical Practicum I 5
RDT 332
Introduction to Clinical Practicum II 5
RDT 341
Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy I 5
RDT 342
Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy II 5
RDT 421
Dosimetry I 5
RDT 422
Dosimetry II 5
RDT 451
Senior Seminar I 1
RDT 452
Senior Seminar II 2
RDT 453
Senior Seminar III 2
RDT 454
Senior Seminar IV 2
RDT 461
Quality Management and Operational Issues in Radiation Therapy 4
RDT 471
Clinical Practicum I 8
RDT 472
Clinical Practicum II 8
RDT 473
Clinical Practicum III 8
RDT 474
Clinical Practicum IV 8
RSC 201
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures I 4
RSC 202
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures II 4
RSC 203
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures III 4
RSC 204
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures IV 4
RSC 205
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures V 4
RSC 206A
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures Lab I 2
RSC 207A
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures Lab II 2
RSC 208A
Respiratory Care Practices and Procedures Lab III 2
RSC 211
Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology 4
RSC 221
Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology I 4
RSC 222
Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology II 4
RSC 231
Respiratory Care Pharmacology 4
RSC 241
Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care 4
RSC 261A
Clinical Care I 2
RSC 262A
Clinical Care II 4
RSC 263
Clinical Care III 6
RSC 264A
Clinical Care IV 6
RSC 265
Clinical Care V 6
RSC 271
Contemporary Topics in Respiratory Care 4
SAL 201
Professional Sales I 4
SAL 202
Professional Sales II 4
SAL 231
Sales Technology 4
SCI 100F
Structure and Function of the Human Body 4
SCI 101C
Human Anatomy and Physiology I 5
SCI 102C
Human Anatomy and Physiology II 5
SCI 111
Biology 5
SCI 121
Physics Concepts 2
SCI 131
Concepts in Microbiology 2
SCI 211
Pathophysiology 4
SCI 215
Integrated Physics 4
SCI 220A
Microbiology 5
SCI 246
Chemistry I 4
SCI 247
Chemistry II 4
SCI 251
General Physics I 4
SCI 252
General Physics II 4
SCI 253
General Physics III 4
SCI 271A
Clinical Kinesiology 5
SCI 311
Neuroanatomy 4
SCI 321
Principles of Astronomy 4
SCI 351
Science Foundations I: Chemistry and Life Science 5
SCI 352
Science Foundations II: Astronomy, Earth Science, and Physics 5
SCI 451
Environmental Science 4
SCM 231
Transportation Management 4
SCM 242
Supply Chain Management 4
SCM 251
Logistics Management 4
SCM 271
Intermodal Transportation 4
SCM 301
Procurement and Supply Chain Management 4
SCM 321
Manufacturing, Planning, and Control 4
SCM 401
Decision Modeling in Supply Chains 4
SCM 421
Advanced Topics in Supply Chain Management 4
SED 211
Essential Knowledge of Special Education for Paraprofessionals 4
SED 221
Essential Roles for Paraprofessionals: P-12 Special Education 4
SED 231
Behavior Management 3
SED 236
Non-violent Crisis Intervention 1
SED 241
Low Incidence Disabilities 4
SED 251
Assistive Technology for Special Settings 4
SED 271
SED Practicum 4
SOC 201
Sociology 4
SOC 211
Service Learning Project 2
SOC 301
Social Problems 4
SOC 321
Cultural Diversity 4
SOC 341
Global Perspectives 4
SPK 201
Oral Communication 4
SPK 205
Oral Interpretation of Literature 4
SPK 211
Group Dynamics 4
SPK 401A
Professional Speaking 4
SPN 101
Spanish I 4
SPN 102
Spanish II 4
SPN 103
Spanish III 4
SPT 101
Introduction to Sterile Processing 2
SPT 188B
Sterile Processing, Distribution, and Materials Management 4
SPT 192
Surgical Instrumentation, Decontamination, and Sterilization (with Lab) 4
STC 100
Overview of Surgical Services 2
STC 101A
Introduction to Surgical Technology with Lab 5
STC 201A
The Surgical Patient 4
STC 211A
Surgical Pharmacology 4
STC 221A
Perioperative and Surgical Techniques 3
STC 231
Surgical Procedures 6
STC 232
Advanced Surgical Procedures and Topics 3
STC 271
Surgical Clinical Externship I 10
STC 272
Surgical Clinical Externship II 10
STC 291
Professional Preparation 3
TEC 300A
Technical Elective 4
TEC 300B
Technical Elective 4
TEC 300C
Technical Elective 4
TEC 300D
Technical Elective 4
TEC 310A
Technical Elective 4
TEC 310B
Technical Elective 4
TEC 310C
Technical Elective 4
TEC 310D
Technical Elective 4
TEC 320A
Technical Elective 4
TEC 320B
Technical Elective 4
TEC 320C
Technical Elective 4
TEC 320D
Technical Elective 4
TRN 101A
CDL Preparation I 2
TRN 111
Basic Operation Procedures 4
TRN 112A
Safe Operating Procedures 2
TRN 122
Vehicle Maintenance 2
TRN 131
Technology in Transportation 2
TRN 151
Practical Application-Behind the Wheel 5
TRN 161
Practical Application for Decision Driving 1
TRN 201A
CDL Preparation II 2
TRN 211
Regulations and Procedures 4
TRN 262A
Career Experience I 2
TRN 263A
Career Experience 2
VAS 101A
Peripheral Vascular Procedures 4
VAS 106B
Introduction to Clinical Practice 4
VAS 111A
Introduction to Vascular Ultrasound 3
VAS 121
Vascular Physics and Hemodynamics 4
VAS 201
Venous Ultrasound 4
VAS 211
Carotid Ultrasound 4
VAS 221
Arterial Ultrasound I 4
VAS 222
Arterial Ultrasound II 4
VAS 231A
Vascular Ultrasound Clinical Experience I 6
VAS 232A
Vascular Ultrasound Clinical Experience II 6
VAS 233A
Vascular Ultrasound Clinical Experience III 6
VCP 201
VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage 4
VCP 202
VMware View: Install, Configure, Manage 4
VCP 211
VMware vSphere: Troubleshooting 4
VCP 212
VMware vSphere: Manage for Performance and Security 4
VET 101A
Introduction to Veterinary Technology 5
VET 112
Animal Anatomy and Physiology I 5
VET 113
Animal Anatomy and Physiology II 5
VET 121A
Veterinary Pathology 4
VET 131A
Introduction to Animal Diagnostic Laboratory Procedures 5
VET 141
Introduction to Animal Surgical Procedures/Nursing 6
VET 201
Radiology for Veterinary Technicians 2
VET 211A
Advanced Animal Diagnostic Laboratory 5
VET 221
Large and Small Animal Nursing 6
VET 231
Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians 6
VET 241A
Laboratory and Exotic Animals 5
VET 251
Office Management and Client Relations 5
VET 261
Advanced Animal Surgical Procedures/Anesthesiology 6
VET 271A
Veterinary Technician Board Review 3
VET 272A
Veterinary Technician Externship 6
WEB 111A
HTML Programming 4
WEB 111B
Introduction to HTML 4
WEB 121A
World Wide Web Design 4
WEB 131
Web Development I 4
WEB 132
Web Development II 4
WEB 201
Web Multi-Media 4
WEB 211
Web Scripting 4
WEB 221
Interactive Web Design 4
WEB 222
Internet Commerce 4
WEB 231
Server-Side Programming 4
WEB 241
ActionScript Programming 4
WEB 321
Web Application Development Tools 4
WEB 322
Web Application Development Programming 4
WEB 331
Java Enterprise Edition 4
WEB 361
Web Server Administration 4
WEB 411
Web Usability Design 4
WEB 421
Web Portals 4
WEB 431
Enterprise Web Applications 4
WELD 101
Welding Principles 4
WELD 111A
Cutting and Oxy-fuel Welding 5
WELD 116
Gas Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 121
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 5
WELD 126
Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5
WELD 131
Metallurgy 4
WELD 191
Welding Practicum 4
WELD 201
Advanced Welding Principles 4
WELD 211
Advanced Welding and Cutting Processes 5
WELD 221
Welding Fabrication Practicum I 4
WELD 222
Welding Fabrication Practicum II 4
WELD 241
Technical Drawing and Design 4
WELD 296
Welding Certification I 1
WELD 297
Welding Certification II 1
WELD 298
Welding Certification III 1
WELD 299
Welding Certification IV 1
WRI 115
Workplace Communication 4
WRI 301A
Report Writing 4
WRK 215
Paralegal Work Experience 4
WRK 218
Work Experience Project 4
WRK 221
Medical Assistant Externship 4
WRK 227
Sterile Processing Technician Externship 4
WRK 261
Medical Insurance Specialist Externship 4
WRK 265
Kitchen and Bath Design Work Experience 4
WRK 271A
Automotive Work Experience 4
WRK 273
MOPAR CAP Internship I 4
WRK 274
MOPAR CAP Internship II 4
WRK 275
Diesel Work Experience 4
WRK 277
Agriculture Work Experience 4
WRK 291B
Professional Career Strategies 1
WRK 301
Internship 4
WRK 441
Health Services Administration Externship 4
WRK 486A
Food and Beverage Management Externship 4
WRK 495
Accounting Work Experience 4
WRKBS 201
Work Experience 4
WRKCM 201A
Work Experience 4
WRKTC 201
Work Experience 4

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FAQ's

  • What is the high school GPA requirement to enroll into Baker?
    Baker College has a “right-to-try” admission policy. That means all students who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Educational Development  (GED) certificate, are accepted at Baker. Find out more by reading our Undergraduate Admissions Requirements or by talking with an admissions advisor.
  • Can I take classes without a high school diploma or GED?
    If you haven't earned a diploma or a GED certificate, you may be able to take classes at Baker College. We will ask you to take placement tests to ensure you have the foundation of knowledge you need to successully complete college-level studies. Please contact the Admissions Office to learn more about our placement testing and admissions policy. Note: This does not apply to online students; for Baker Online, a diploma or GED certificate is required.
  • How do I apply for Financial Aid?
    Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the school code for the Baker College Campus that you plan to attend. Remember, you must apply for financial aid every year. New applications are available after January 1st each year. Always complete your FAFSA as early as possible. To help speed the application process, we encourage you to have your taxes completed prior to applying. The Federal government’s FAFSA website allows you and/or your parent or guardian to link to the IRS website to retrieve tax information. Note: Students and parents of dependent students are required to apply for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) in order to sign the FAFSA application electronically. Please visit www.pin.ed.gov for more information.
  • How do I apply for a student loan?
    Once you have applied for financial aid, you will receive a Financial Aid Notification package from the Financial Aid office. Your FAFSA serves as the application for the Student Loan. If it is determined that you qualify for student loan funds, the eligibility amounts will be listed on your award notification, and a student Loan Request Form will be included with the award package. The Loan Request Form must be completed and returned to the Financial Aid Office before the loan process can begin. If you are a new student and would like to request student loan funds to help cover your educational expenses you will need to:
    • Complete the paper loan request form indicating the amount you would like to borrow.
    • Sign and date the form.
    • Return the form to the Financial Aid office.
    If you are a returning student and would like to request student loan funds to help cover your educational expenses you will need to:
    • Log into the SOLAR system.
    • Select STAR System.
    • Select Financial Aid office.
    • Select Loan Request.
    • Select the appropriate financial aid year and click Continue.
    • Select the type of loan you would like to request and click Continue.
    • Read the Stafford Loan Request Authorization information and click I Agree.
    • Type in the requested dollar amount and click Submit Request.
  • How do online classes work?

    After you enroll, and are accepted to your online program, you sign-up, or "register" for your first courses. Like all Baker Online students, you will begin your online experience with a three-week online class designed to orient you to the Baker Online classroom, and review the expectations and requirements of Baker Online students. When you have completed this course successfully, you can move on to additional online courses.
  • Is Baker College Online accredited?
    Baker Online is part of Baker College, a private, non-profit, accredited, degree granting, higher educational institution with locations throughout Michigan. As an accredited college, Baker College has been granted legal authority by the state of Michigan to operate as a nonprofit educational corporation and is empowered to grant certificates, associate, bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. It is approved for veterans’ benefits. Baker College is recognized as an institution of higher education by the U.S. Secretary of Education, U.S. Department of Education. All Baker Online undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.ncahlc.org Baker College is an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) participant. Some Baker Online graduate programs have additional accreditation:
  • Does Baker provide any help in my job search?

    As a graduate of Baker College, you are eligible for our Lifetime Employment Services, which include:
    • Job searching techniques
    • Resume and cover letter assistance
    • Job interview questions
    • Job postings
    • Relocation tips
  • Is Baker accredited?
    Yes. Baker College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.ncahlc.org. Baker College is an Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) participant.

    Additional Accreditations

    Baker has also earned specialized accreditations for programs and degrees in:
    • Business Administration
    • Engineering and Technology
    • Health Sciences
    • Human Services
    • School of Education
    • School of Nursing
    For details about these specialized accreditations, see the individual Programs and Degrees pages.
  • How can I send a copy of my official transcripts to another organization?
    To access your transcripts, log into the SOLAR System, select the Star System and select the Academic Office. Once there, click on the transcripts link.
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