GENERAL QUESTIONS | Online learning at Baker
Who takes online classes?
Is online learning right for me?
What are the benefits of online learning?
- Baker online courses provide both theoretical frameworks and practical application of knowledge to ensure student success.
- Students learn from experienced faculty who not only understand the concept of each discipline, but also bring in the realities of today’s business, liberal arts and educational environments.
- Baker online instructors have been specially trained to facilitate a stimulating and productive online learning experience.
- The key to returning to school is having choices. Asynchronous classes allow you to access course materials at any time during the weekly modules, take part in discussions with your instructor, and participate in threaded discussions with your peers. This freedom from the bounds of place and time gives busy working professionals maximum scheduling flexibility.
Will my course schedule meet my needs?
Why should I go back to school?
How difficult is it to go back to school when I have a job and a family?
What makes Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies different from a traditional college or school?
What does it mean to have accreditation?
Accreditation is a process used by higher education to evaluate colleges, universities and educational programs for quality. Accreditation is conducted by private, not-for-profit organizations designed specifically to conduct external quality reviews. Baker University SPGS is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (312.263.0456, hlcommission.org). This means that credits and degrees earned at Baker University are eligible for acceptance by other regionally accredited institutions. Regional accreditation is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.