Where excellent educators become exceptional.
Baker alumni are consistently nominated for the Kansas Teacher of the Year, and master’s and doctoral graduates have earned regional and national distinctions such as the National Distinguished Principal of the Year and the Milken Educator Award.
Many of the area’s most recognized leaders in education hold master’s and doctoral degrees from Baker University.
Our graduate education programs offer one course at a time online and with opportunities for virtual meetings.
Classes are held year-round, and new classes start frequently, so you can get started sooner rather than later.
Earn your graduate degree online or via videoconferencing. Or earn your bachelor’s in Baldwin City.
You Can Do It!
“I’m excited to be nearing completion of my master’s degree. It’s hard to believe it’s already been almost two years! The core required classes were amazing. I love how I could tell an instant change in my teaching. I’ve learned so much!”
—Kristen Eck, MAEd
The Educator’s Educator
The School of Education’s bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs train the areas top classroom teachers and administrators and higher education professionals. Teachers trust Baker to provide innovative continuing education and recertification courses.
You have questions and we have answers.
From answering your first questions about earning an advanced degree to finalizing enrollment in the degree program that will help you reach your professional goals, your enrollment recruiter is your partner every step of the way.
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Learn the ins and outs of what it will take to earn a degree from Baker University: program curriculum and structure. financial aid options, and the enrollment process. Do you have questions? This is the place for answers.