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Annette Pierce

Annette Pierce

Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00

KCKCC Police Science

Kansas City Kansas Community College Police Science & Corrections

The following KCKCC Police Science and Corrections courses transfer to Baker University's School of Professional and Graduate Studies for application to a bachelor's degree program.

Students enrolled in the BS of Criminal Justice program may apply these courses toward the required 46 credit hours of general electives.

KCKCC Course

Credits

Baker Equivalent

CRJS101

3

***Social science

CRJS102

3

***Social science

CRJS104

3

General elective

CRJS112

3

General elective

CRJS116

3

***Social science

CRJS117

3

General elective

CRJS118

3

General elective

CRJS120

3

***Social science

CRJS201

3

General elective

CRJS203

3

General elective

CRJS204

3

General elective

CRJS205

3

*Technical credit

CRJS206

3

General elective

CRJS207

3

General elective

CRJS221

3

**Field credit

Ethical Decision Making

3

General elective

Oral Communications in Corrections

3

****Speech

Corrections Report Writing

3

*Technical credit

*Technical courses are accepted up to 12 credit hours.
**Field credit courses are accepted up to 6 credit hours.
***Social science courses are accepted as social science up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.
****Speech courses are accepted as arts and humanities up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.

Only courses with grades of C or better may be considered for transfer credit. Some courses may be eligible for transfer into Baker's BSCJ core program if they were completed within the last five years; these courses will be evaluated individually. Courses deemed equivalent are accepted up to 6 credit hours.

Learn more about the SPGS transfer credit policy in the pdfCatalog & Handbook.

Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00

MCC-Blue River Law Enforcement

Metropolitan Community Colleges – Blue River Law Enforcement

The following MCC-Blue River Law Enforcement courses transfer to Baker University's School of Professional and Graduate Studies for application to a bachelor's degree program.

Students enrolled in the BS of Criminal Justice program may apply these courses toward the required 46 credit hours of general electives.

MCC Course

Credits

Baker Equivalent

LWEN 100

2

General elective

LWEN 101

3

General elective

LWEN 111

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 112

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 114

3

General elective

LWEN 122

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 143

4

**General elective - physical education

LWEN 200

5

*Technical credit

LWEN 203

3

General elective

LWEN 204

3

General elective

LWEN 230

3

*Technical credit

EMS 110

3

*Technical credit

*Technical courses are accepted up to 12 credit hours.
**Physical education activity-based courses are accepted up to 11 credit hours. A maximum of 8 credit hours are used in computing the admission GPA.

Only courses with grades of C or better may be considered for transfer credit.

Learn more about the SPGS transfer credit policy in the pdfCatalog & Handbook.

Monday, 17 November 2014 00:00

MBA students get hands-on experience

Royce Hams, Ali Hashemy and Adam Juhn didn't enter their MBA capstone course thinking about a top-five ranking in the Smartsims Hall of Fame, but it didn't take them long to realize how successful they would be against other business students around the world in the MikesBikes competition.

Monday, 17 November 2014 00:00

Vespers

Beloved Christmas program set for Sunday, Dec. 7

Baker's Department of Music and Theatre will present the annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers at 2 p.m.
and 5 p.m. at Rice Auditorium, 404 Eighth Street. Admission is free. A reception will be held in the lobby between performances.

Friday, 14 November 2014 00:00

News for November

Final inaugural events canceled, Wildcats at Arrowhead, Baker Orange awards and more in the November edition of the Arbor.

Thursday, 13 November 2014 00:00

SON Admission deadlines

Application Deadlines

 Semester Start

 Applications Open

App Deadline

Interviews

Notification

Transcripts Due

Fall 2015Sept. 15, 2014Dec. 15, 2014FebruaryMarchFall 14 | Jan. 15, 2015
Spring 2016 March 1, 2015July 15, 2015September OctoberSpring & Summer 15 | Aug. 20, 2015
Fall 2016 Sept. 15, 2015 Dec. 15, 2015 February MarchFall 15 | Jan. 15, 2016
Spring 2017March 1, 2016July 15, 2016SeptemberOctoberSpring & Summer 16 | Aug. 20, 2016

Students may apply while completing prerequisite courses.

 

 

Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00

BOOK Program SS

Students in the Baker Organization Observation for Knowledge (BOOK) program research the organizations where they serve as interns and then present their experience before judges who award a cash prize. Read More

Monday, 10 November 2014 00:00

Mikes Bikes Slide

Hands-On Experience

MBA students get hands-on experience in business simulation competition. Read More

Friday, 07 November 2014 00:00

Mike's Bikes

Congratulations to MBA students Royce Hams, Ali Hashemy and Adam Juhn for earning a top-five ranking in the business simulation Mike's Bikes.
Read More

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