Baker College of Muskegon Rankings
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.62 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.53 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.53 responses
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Baker College of Muskegon Reviews
Over all Baker College was a great choice for my first college. Baker had a specific program I wanted to start with. Once starting the program, I struggled at finding my studying habits but finally got it down. The professors here are very nice and hard working. They want to see you succeed in every class and pass the class. They try to help you to their best ability whether it's with in class experience or outside experience. My classmates are very helpful when it comes to getting questions answered or working in group projects. Getting books and supplies are a little pricey but books get price matched from amazon or Barnes and Noble. Overall, Baker was the best choice for me and to get start into the career I wanted to get into.
Baker College of Muskegon is a great small private college, located just a few minutes from Lake Michigan. Overall, I have had a pleasant experience at Baker. The professors are usually quite friendly and my adviser is always willing to help!
There have been a few classes that the directors that I have been talking to should have known that I already had the equivelent from a previous degree. There have also been some classes that involved more group work and student presentation than I would have liked. And MOVIES! I hate watching too many films in class. It's disengauging for me. There are some Gen Eds that could have been made to be fun, but were not. At all. Geography is an example. There are some great instructors however that care about you, and some that have been mentors of mine over 8 years. Others are very knowledgeable and have a lot to share.