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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.34 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.32 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.31 responses
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Baker College of Auburn Hills Reviews
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I decided to go back to school after I had just recently graduated from the dental hygiene program. I was told the work was going to be much easier, but was caught off guard when the courses were actually quite tough. The courses are very interesting and has been opening my eyes to new aspects in the everyday working individual. It has been hping to become an idependant individual. Unfortunately, I was informed that student coming from the same program I did and transferring into the same program o am currently in, have one less year of schooling. It doesn't make sense how I have to spend twice the amount of money for the exact same degree. This has been very frustrating since I havs been searching for ways to fund my last year when other would already be done.
All our teachers are professionals in the field and majority of them come straight from work to class. They can share a lot of real-world stories, not to mention we have a lot of hands on learning and equipment. It's a heavy work-load since classes are only ten weeks compared to a usual 15 weeks, but if you make the time and read the chapters everything is there. Each teacher provides a powerpoint with the lectures and notes and all the quizzes and finals use that information only. They are very thorough about what will be on the tests and give great reviews and study guides.
The school is pretty easy if you take it seriously and read. The courses are accelerated so you have to keep up with the curriculum and it's very easy to fall behind. The only down side is programs are extremely competitive because of the limited enrollment and take very small numbers. Not only that, but you have to maintain an 84% average in order to pass for majority of the classes. For people who take school seriously this isn't a problem but a lot of students don't realize how important it is to maintain a high GPA.