Baker's online MLA program has been recognized for building on the accomplishments of undergrads and meeting standards for study in professional disciplines. Read More
Bachelor of Science in Mass Media
Dr. Joe Watson discusses Baker's new online BSMM program. View Video
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Dr. Jake Bucher discusses Baker's new online BSCJ program. View Video
Bachelor of Business Administration
Baker University offers flexible degree programs for working adults. Learn about Scott Edwards' experience at the School of Professional & Graduate Studies. View Video
In a survey of recent graduates, more than 90% of respondents indicate that they would recommend Baker University to others.
Baker's small classes mean you’ll connect with your fellow students and our supportive faculty and staff.
Gaining an Edge
During classes, students discuss how they’ve applied what they’ve learned in the classroom to their job.
Learn From Experienced Professionals
Baker instructors are leaders in their fields and have years of first-hand professional experience.
Degree Programs for Where You Are Now
Baker offers associate, bachelor's and master's degrees.
Programs Designed for You
Find a campus close to where you live or work, or earn your degree online.
Master of Liberal Arts FAQ
Who would benefit from the MLA program?
Why should I enter the MLA program if my goal is personal rather than professional growth?
As a business professional or someone who hopes to work in the business world, how would an MLA degree benefit me?
What professional fields benefit from the MLA coursework?
Do I have to write a thesis?
How many classes can I take each term?
How long will it take me to earn my MLA?
Is Baker University accredited?
Can I earn the MLA online?
Do you require a specific undergraduate grade point average?
Is the HUM 5500 Interdisciplinary Essences of Liberal Arts course required?
What are the admission requirements?
Is there a required GPA in the MLA program?
Do you accept transfer credit from other universities?
Can I receive credit for work experience or life experience?
Is financial aid available?
My undergraduate degree was not in liberal arts; can I still be accepted into the MLA program?
When do classes start?