General Studies (AAS) Program
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Program Waiver / Handbook
Program Mission & Outcomes
Baker College Mission and Vision
- Produce various communications that respond appropriately to a variety of rhetorical situations (audiences, purposes, and contexts) relevant to both their academic courses and the workplace.
- Apply knowledge through critical and creative thinking, inquiry and analysis, reflection, synthesis, and transfer of learning within and across disciplines and professions.
- Integrate academic knowledge and skills in oral and written communication, quantitative literacy, digital information literacy, scientific practice, technologies, and the concepts and methods within disciplines and career paths.
- Incorporate awareness of self, others, and community in the areas of intercultural competence, inclusion and equity, teamwork, professional and ethical behavior, community responsibility and engagement, civic knowledge, and global and cultural perspectives.
Effective: Spring 2020
Course Student Learning Outcomes
Background Check Requirements
No Background Check required.
Additional Program Information
Clinical / Work Experience Information
No work experience is required for this program.
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