Undergraduate Electives FAQ

How many Baker courses can I enroll in?

Students can be enrolled in two Baker courses during a one-week period (Monday - Sunday). The undergraduate elective course schedule allows students to enroll in a series of courses so that as one course finishes another will quickly follow. This allows for smoother and quicker completion of general education and elective credit requirements.

How do I know which courses I should enroll in?

If you have not already done so, you should contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss creating a degree completion plan. Your representative can provide information on your credit requirements and discuss your options for completing those credits. Through this process, course approvals can be determined before you enroll.

Who is eligible to enroll in these courses?

The undergraduate elective courses were created to work in conjunction with the BBA, BSM, BBL and BBIS degree programs as an avenue toward a bachelor's degree. Students must be currently enrolled in one of these major areas of study and have completed the first course in the core program to be eligible to enroll in the undergraduate elective courses.

What are the eligibility requirements for financial aid?

To qualify for financial aid, you must have remaining loan eligibility and must successfully complete all of the financial aid application paperwork. You must also be enrolled in a minimum of 12 consecutive hours and a minimum of 15 weeks.

Do I need to apply for additional aid once I enroll in an undergraduate elective course?

Eligibility for aid varies student by student. Please check with the Office of Financial Aid, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 913.491.4432.

Does the lack of a degree plan affect my eligibility for financial aid?

Yes. If you do not have a degree plan on file, the Office of Financial Aid is unable to certify loans for the second year of your bachelor's program or any additional credit hours needed.

For additional financial aid information, please visit our Financial Aid FAQ.