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Baker College is a private, not-for-profit higher education institution that provides students an outcomes driven, career focused and affordable education. Since 1911, Baker College has had one goal, and that is to prepare students for challenging and rewarding careers.
BC students can choose to take 100% of their classes online with no on-campus requirements or complete their classes at one of five campus locations across the State of Michigan. Regardless of how students elect to complete their degree, they can be sure to receive a quality educational experience.
An affordable option for students interested in earning their degree, Baker College offers numerous scholarship opportunities. BC also supports transfer students with quick, easy to navigate processes that focus on providing the maximum credit possible for coursework already completed. In addition, Baker College is proud to be an active participant of GoArmyEd and qualified students are eligible to receive Federal military and Veteran education benefits.
Baker College is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and approved to award associate, bachelors, master and doctoral degrees.
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Baker College and Saylor Academy have partnered to offer transfer credit for applicable Saylor Academy courses. To earn credit, select a Saylor Academy course from the list below, enroll and study the course at your own pace, and pass the Direct Credit Exam. To learn more about college/university credit for Saylor Academy courses, please visit our credit page here.
Institution Recommended Courses
|Saylor Course Number and Title||ACE
|Equivalent Course Name||Transfer Credits|
|ARTH101: Art Appreciation||SAYA-0036||HUM 3610 ART APPRECIATION||3|
|BIO101: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology||SAYA-0019||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE|
|BUS101: Introduction to Business||SAYA-0020||MGT 1010 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS||3|
|BUS103: Introduction to Financial Accounting||SAYA-0021||ACC 1010 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I||3|
|BUS105: Managerial Accounting||SAYA-0009||ACC 2610A MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING||3|
|BUS202: Principles of Finance||SAYA-0022||FIN 3010 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE||3|
|BUS203: Principles of Marketing||SAYA-0023||MKT 1110 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING||3|
|BUS204: Business Statistics||SAYA-0037||MTH 2750 STATISTICAL METHODS||3|
|BUS205: Business Law||SAYA-0024||LAW 2110 BUSINESS LAW||3|
|BUS206: Management Information Systems||SAYA-0013||MGT 2310 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS||3|
|BUS208: Principles of Management||SAYA-0035||MGT 2020 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND MANAGEMENT||3|
|BUS209: Organizational Behavior||SAYA-0034||MGT 2020 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND MANAGEMENT||3|
|BUS210: Corporate Communication||SAYA-0027||COM 2150 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS||3|
|BUS300: Operations Management||SAYA-0038||MGT 4220 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT||3|
|BUS303: Strategic Information Technology||SAYA-0014||MGT 2310 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS||3|
|BUS402: Project Management||SAYA-0039||BUS 3010 FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT||3|
|COMM001:Principles of Human Communication||SAYA-0010||COM 1010 COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING I||3|
|CHEM101: General Chemistry I||SAYA-0028||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE|
|CS102: Introducation to Computer Science II||SAYA-0015||CS 1110 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING||3|
|CS302: Software Engineering||SAYA-0018||IT ELECT IT ELECTIVE|
|CS402: Computer Communications and Networks||SAYA-0016||NET 1010 NETWORKING ESSENTIALS||3|
|CS107: C++ Programming||SAYA-0017||CS 2150 C++ PROGRAMMING||3|
|ECON101: Principles of Microeconomics||SAYA-0005||ECN 2110 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS||3|
|ECON102: Principles of Macroeconmics||SAYA-0006||ECN 2010 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS||3|
|MA005: Calculus I||SAYA-0025||MTH 1510 CALCULUS I||4|
|PHIL102: Critical Thinking and Logic||SAYA-0045||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy||SAYA-0011||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics||SAYA-0031||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism||SAYA-0030||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|POLSC101: Introduction to Political Science||SAYA-0012||POL 1010 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE||3|
|POLSC201: Introduction to Western Political Thought||SAYA-0033||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|POLSC221: Introduction to Comparative Politics||SAYA-0029||GNED ELECT GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE||*|
|PSYCH101: Introduction to Psychology||SAYA-0007||PSY 1110 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY||3|