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Baker College

Flint, MI

10 Programs

Available Programs

  • Welding
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    You will learn the science and principles of welding, and gain skill through hands-on training in a full range of welding techniques. You will also study business practices that can help you build your salary and your career more quickly.

  • Autobody Technician
    Truck Driving, Transportation, and Mechanics

    Autobody Technicians use special tools and equipment to repair damaged vehicles and make them look like new. The work may be minor, such as replacing a cracked windshield, or major, such as replacing an entire door panel. In some cases, one technician may handle an entire job, but large repair shops may take a team approach, with each technician specializing in one area.

  • Automotive Services Technology
    Truck Driving, Transportation, and Mechanics

    Automotive Service Technicians use their mechanical, technical, and troubleshooting skills to inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks. They work on engines, transmissions, suspensions, brakes, belts, and hoses, and other mechanical components, as well as the electronic systems that control brakes, transmissions, steering systems, and other vehicle systems.

  • Medical Assistant
    Medicine and Health Care

    Medical assistants work primarily in medical offices and clinics, and have a wide variety of responsibilities. Their work includes everything from clinical procedures, such as drawing blood or performing EKGs, to administrative support for the entire healthcare team. It’s a profession that requires flexibility, critical thinking skills, attention to detail, and a desire to help people.

  • Pharmacy Technician
    Medicine and Health Care

    Pharmacy technicians are detail-oriented, with strong organizational skills. Working under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist, they measure, label, and record prescription amounts and dosages. Some are specially trained to prepare intravenous medications or to mix medications from basic chemical ingredients. They also greet customers, answer phone calls, maintain inventory, and process insurance claims.

  • Physical Therapist Assistant
    Medicine and Health Care

    Physical therapist assistants (PTAs) work with patients who have medical problems or health-related conditions to help them improve mobility, relieve pain, and perform functional activities. PTAs help develop treatment plans, provide and observe treatments, and document the patient’s progress, all under the direction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist.

  • Surgical Technology
    Medicine and Health Care

    Surgical technologists create a sterile operating room environment, and ensure that patients are kept safe throughout surgery. They prepare the operating room, check and sterilize equipment, prepare the patient, and create a sterile field for surgery. During surgery, they pass instruments to the surgical team, and after surgery, clean and restock the operating room.

  • Dental Assisting
    Medicine and Health Care

    Dental assistants are licensed healthcare professionals who administer direct restorative and preventive dental services to dental patients, under the supervision of a licensed dentist. They are unique members of the dental healthcare team as they care for their patients.

  • Nursing - Associate

    Many nursing professionals advance their careers by applying their knowledge and skills in leadership roles in health services administration or education. Whether they manage organizations that provide healthcare services or design and teach a curriculum for nursing students, their work is critical for achieving and maintaining high clinical standards in nursing and patient care.

  • Criminal Justice
    Legal, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Services

    Those who work within the criminal justice system help maintain social order by preventing and reducing crime. Usually, people who work in this area are driven by a desire to help others and make the world a safer place. The field is broad and multi-disciplinary. A degree in criminal justice provides the foundation for careers in law enforcement, corrections or the courts. Online offered also


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