FLINT — Baker College of Flint is now enrolling students for the 2015 winter quarter, with classes beginning Monday, Jan. 12.
Students have the flexibility to take classes three ways: on ground at the Flint campus, a mix of campus and online courses or 100 percent online. Baker College Online offers two sessions beginning Jan. 8 and Feb. 19.
“Baker College offers more than 150 programs across a wide variety of in-demand fields,” said Wen Hemingway, Baker College of Flint president. “From day and evening to weekend and online, Baker’s programs are designed to accommodate even the busiest schedules.”
Bachelor’s, associate and certificate career programs offered at Baker’s Flint campus include photonics and laser technology, human resource management, hemodialysis patient care technician, automotive restoration technology, power sports and small engine technology, supply chain management, electrical engineering, civil engineering, interpreter training, computer numerical control (CNC) operator, information technology and security, industrial engineering, autobody technician, criminal justice, polysomnographic technology, physical therapist assistant, marketing, management, accounting, automotive services technology, mechanical engineering, computer networking, nursing, orthotic/prosthetic technology, surgical technology, veterinary technology, teacher preparation, pre-occupational therapy and Professional Truck Driving Institute-certified truck driving.
Financial assistance is available to students, including scholarships, grants, low-interest loans and work-study programs. For more information, contact Jodi Cuneaz in the admissions office firstname.lastname@example.org or 810.766.4000. Details: Visit www.baker.edu. — G.G.