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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2002

I attended Baker to finish my Bachelorette, after starting, and never finishing, at several different schools around the area. I found the course work generally to be challenging, and, like any program, you get out of it what you put into it. The program I was in required a lot of writing, as well as the usual class attendance, lectures, and exams. A graduation requirement was writing a capstone project as well. While, at first, I didn't like writing so many papers, it definitely helped me in my follow-on careers, and I graduated Cum Laude with my BBA. After Baker I entered the graduate program at Central Michigan University without issue. All the writing I did at Baker was very helpful to me at Central. I would recommend Baker to anyone who need to complete their undergraduate education. I can't speak to their graduate program, as I did not attend it. Baker is not Harvard, but a BBA is a BBA, and I never lost a job interview because I graduated from Baker.

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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2012

They do not help you keep the classes that you need. They also are not helpful when it comes to getting the right degree. This was the worst decision I have made was attending this school, the credits do not transfer to other colleges

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