— Baker College of Flint is enrolling students for winter 2011 quarter. Classes begin Jan. 10, with registration continuing through the first week of the quarter.
“As a career college, Baker College of Flint offers students a wide variety of programs in the high demand fields important for rebuilding Michigan’s economy,” said Julianne T. Princinsky, Ed.D., Baker College of Flint president. “Our trained advisors are available to explain financial assistance options that will help make securing a high quality education even more affordable.”
Some of the career programs available at Baker College of Flint this winter include information technology and security, industrial engineering, auto body technology, 9-1-1 telecommunications, criminal justice, kitchen and bath design, polysomnographic technology, physical therapist assistant, marketing, management, accounting, automotive service technology, mechanical engineering, computer networking, nursing, orthotics/prosthetics, surgical technology, veterinary technician, teacher preparation, occupational therapy and P.T.D.I. certified truck driving.
Many financial assistance opportunities are available. For more information, contact Jodi Cuneaz at email@example.com,
or call the Baker College of Flint admissions office at 810-766-4000. Students may schedule an appointment via the Baker College website at www.baker.edu.
The largest private college in Michigan, Baker College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It is a non-profit higher education institution, serving more than 43,000 students on 12 campuses and in four satellite locations. Baker grants certificates and associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, health sciences, education and human services, and various technical fields, as well as a doctorate of business administration.
As a career college, the Baker College system is pleased to report that 97 percent of its available graduates are employed. For more information about Baker College, visit www.baker.edu.
— Natalie Blythe