ACADEMICS | Where Students Come First

At each of our four schools—College of Arts and Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Professional and Graduate Studies, and School of Education—faculty provide creative learning experiences while challenging students to analyze issues with depth and clarity. Students fully engage in their education and connect with peers, faculty, and staff. Small class sizes and extensive interaction with instructors and fellow students promote a community of belonging and connections that last a lifetime. We embrace diversity of community, thought, and expression. From this foundation, Baker students and alumni are able to address the civic, social, health, and environmental needs of our global community.

AREAS OF STUDY
Residential Campus | Baldwin City
Accounting
Allied Health Care
Art Studio
Biochemistry
Biology
Business
Chemistry
Chiropractic | 3+3
Church Leadership
Criminal Justice
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Conflict Management
Economics

Education
Engineering | 3+2
English
Exercise Science
French
German
History
Health Humanities
Human Biology
International Business
International Studies
Mass Media
Mathematics
Music
Music Education
Nursing
Philosophy
Physical Education & Health
Physics
Pre-Law
Pre-Medicine & Health Care
Psychology
Public Health
Public Sociology
Recreation
Religious Studies
Social Justice
Sociology
Spanish
Sports Administration
Theatre
School of Professional & Graduate Studies
Associate of Arts in Business
Bachelor of Business Administration | Major in Management
Bachelor of Business Administration | Major in Strategic Business Communication
Bachelor of Business Administration | Major in Business Leadership
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
Master of Business Administration
MBA in Executive Leadership
MBA in Finance
MBA in Health Care Administration
MBA in Human Resources
Master of Science in Sport Management
Graduate Business Certificates
Health Care Administration
Human Resources
Leadership & Organizational Change
School of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing
School of Education Graduate Programs
Master of Arts in Education
Master of Science in School Leadership
Master of Science in Special Education
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (PK-12)
Doctor of Education in Leadership in Higher Education
Doctor of Education in Instructional Design & Performance Technology
Building-Level Licensure
Continuing Education for Educators
Recertification Courses
Teacher Licensure

RESIDENTIAL CAMPUS | BALDWIN CITY  Leaf

NURSING  Leaf

Although it’s not mandatory, Baker’s School of Nursing encourages prospective students to take their prerequisite courses at the College of Arts and Sciences in Baldwin City—that way, students can enjoy two years of the traditional residential college experience.

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ADULT & NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS  Leaf

Students who are not seeking a residential undergraduate experience earn their degrees through the School of Professional and Graduate Studies. Several of Kansas City’s successful business leaders and entrepreneurs began as adult and non-traditional students at Baker University.
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