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General education requirements must be met for all certificates of substantial length (68 or more quarter hours), as well as for associate and bachelor degree programs. Some degree programs may have general education requirements specific to the program that go beyond the basic requirements. Pre-requisites must be met, as required, for each general education course. In most degree programs, the general education requirements are met through general education curriculum. In some programs, however, general education outcomes are met through cognitive experiences, competencies, or application by courses in the major. All graduates must meet the general education outcome requirements established by each academic program.
- Do I have to take the SAT or the ACT test to be admitted to Baker College?
As a “right-to-try,” or “open opportunity,” institution, Baker College does not require either ACT or SAT tests as a condition of admission. However, if you do take one or both tests, we encourage you to have the test results sent to Baker College. Talk to the admissions advisor on your campus to learn more about our undergraduate admissions policy.