Baker Cadillac is a private college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 717 undergraduate students. The Baker Cadillac acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 13% of students, Baker Cadillac alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,800.
Baker College of Cadillac Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.14 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.13 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.13 responses
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Baker College of Cadillac Reviews
Baker college is very unorganized. They are always making drastic changes and us as the students cannot keep up. Makes it very hard on the students to do anything. Signing up for classes, getting the right books or materials you need the the class, getting the work done etc.
Baker College strives to teach students the things they need to know in a real world setting. As a design major, it's great to learn what my instructors actually do in their day to day careers versus learning irrelevant information about design. Not all instructors spend a lot of time instructing. Some seem to rely heavily on materials to teach the class, such as the online programs required for certain courses or a textbook to cover content. However, for the most part, I have enjoyed my experience and look forward to the rest of my time at Baker.
Very fast paced, which I love. 10 weeks is a very short amount of time, but it's efficient for someone like me who would like to finish school as quickly as possible. Some "instructors" (not all professors) seem to rely heavily on material (physical and online resources) rather than spend time actually teaching. The school is BYOD - bring your own device - which is a blessing and a curse. There is a learning curve to the technical aspects that are required to submit assignments and pass classes. Online classes are actually more hassle than physical classes. It's much easier to show up to class a few days a week and do work when it is convenient for me. The best thing about the school, in my opinion, is the flexibility of class times. I am glad I'm attending, but I wouldn't recommend it if other options are open.