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10% Tuition Reduction for You and Your Spouse

The partnership between Baker University and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas means you and your spouse receive a 10% reduction on your tuition.

Maximize Your Learning

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and Baker University have developed a unique partnership that allows employees an opportunity to earn college credit for approved BCBSKS training courses.

Apply College Credit to Your Degree

Because Baker is an accredited university, these credits may be applied toward a degree. Contact your institution to see whether these courses can be used to complete your degree. If you’ve taken BCBSKS courses in the past, follow the steps to the right to register, and pay to have those courses placed on a Baker University transcript. They may still be eligible for credit.

Application Process for Earning College Credit
  • Complete the Blue University of Kansas course.
  • Find the course you took from the course listing.
  • Download and complete the pdfBlue University of Kansas College Credit Registration Form.
  • Print the form and send it to Dr. M. Paula Daoust, cc811.
  • Dr. Daoust will validate your request and forward it to Human Resources, who will then submit your form to Baker University. Appropriate tuition fees will be paid in your behalf by HR benefits.
  • You will receive an email notification when your college credits are posted.
  • Request a transcript to transfer your college credits to the educational institution of your choice.

Transcript RequestReceipt Request (on student portal)

Campus Locations

Overland Park

About Baker

Founded in 1858, Baker University is the oldest university in Kansas. We offer innovative degree programs for adults in evening and online classes. Baker University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (312.263.0456, Our accreditation has been continuous since first awarded in 1913.

BCBSKS Courses for College Credit
Course # Course Title Credits
MLP 2149 Supervisor and Leadership Training (S.A.L.T.) 3
MLP 7127 Supervisor and Leadership Training (S.A.L.T.) 3
MLP 2230 Leadership: Exploration 6
MLP 2150 Foundations of Leadership
Choose ONE of the following sections:
A. Genuine Leadership: Trust
B. Essentials of Leadership
And complete ALL of the following sections:
C. Rapid Decision Making
D. Pygmalion Effect
E. Blue Chip Listening
MLP 2151 Leadership: Building Trust
Complete A:
A. Addressing Attitudes and Conflict
OR choose TWO of the following:
B. Leadership: What’s Trust Got to Do With It?
C. Four Generations at Work
D. Derailed
MLP 2152 Leadership: Building Relationships
Complete A:
A. Addressing Attitudes and Conflict
OR choose TWO of the following:
B. Walk Awhile in My Shoes
C. Build Relationships Through Assertiveness
D. As Simple as Respect
MLP 2153 Leadership: Making Sound Decisions
Complete THREE of the following:
A. Innovation and Creativity @ Work
B. Abilene Paradox
C. Accountability that Works
D. Groupthink
E. Workload Management: Priority and Goals
MLP 2154 Leadership: Motivation and Coaching
Complete TWO of the following:
A. Whale Done!
B. Mars Surface Rover
C. Energized Workforce
D. Giving Recognition
E. Valuing Differences
MLP 2155 Leadership: Managing Change
Complete TWO of the following:
A. Thriving in Today’s Changing Workplace
B. Sacred Cows Make the Best Burgers
C. Stress Mess: Managing Stress in Your Life
MLP 2156 Leadership: Communication
Complete A:
A. Deep Dive Grammar
OR complete TWO of the following:
B. Painless Business Grammar
C. Painless Business Emails
D. Presenting to Small Groups


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