AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Baker College of Auburn Hills is enrolling students for 2014 summer and fall quarters, with summer classes beginning Monday, June 30, and fall classes beginning Monday, Sept. 29. Registration continues through the first week of classes.
“This can be a good time to assess your career goals and whether additional education will help you achieve them,” said Jeff Love, Baker College of Auburn Hills president. “With Baker College’s convenient class schedules for more than 150 high-demand career programs, summer and fall are great times to get started, brush up on some critical job skills or even take those last few classes to complete a degree or certificate program.”
Some of the bachelor’s, associate and certificate programs offered at Baker’s Auburn Hills campus are mobile application software engineering, post-licensure nursing, skilled care technician, supply chain management, administrative professional, computer programming, entrepreneurship, health navigator, Linux/UNIX systems technology, paralegal, paraprofessional–P-12 special education, VMware-certified professional, criminal justice, automotive service management, Cisco broadband/healthcare IT, legal studies, licensed practical nurse (LPN) to associate degree nurse (ADN) ladder, dental hygienist, dental assistant, respiratory care, automotive services technology, computer animation, marketing, management, accounting, computer network technology, cyber security, echocardiographic technology, interior design, computer aided design and elementary and secondary teacher preparation.
Financial assistance is available to students, including scholarships, grants, low-interest loans and work-study programs. For more information, email Nicole Chirco at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the admissions office at 248.340.0600. Students may schedule an appointment via the Baker College website: www.baker.edu.
The largest private college in Michigan, Baker College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It is a nonprofit higher education institution, serving more than 35,000 students on 12 campuses and in three satellite locations. Baker grants certificates and associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, health sciences, education and human services, and various technical fields, as well as a doctorate of business administration. As a career college, the Baker College system is pleased to report that 97 percent of its available graduates are employed. For more information about Baker College, please check out our website at www.baker.edu.
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