Informational Meetings to Highlight Baker University Business, Management Degree Programs

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Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies will be host to informational meetings at various Omaha Public Library locations during the last week of March. Anyone interested in learning more about Baker’s degree programs for working adults is welcome.

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In March, Baker’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies will host informational meetings at various Omaha Public Library locations.

Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies will be host to informational meetings at various Omaha Public Library locations during the last week of March. Anyone interested in learning more about Baker’s degree programs for working adults is welcome.

The following degree programs will be discussed: Associate of Arts in Business, Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration. Baker’s accelerated format allows students to complete their degrees in about two years.

Founded in 1858, Baker, the first university in Kansas, has campuses at four Kansas locations — Baldwin City, Overland Park, Topeka and Wichita — and two Missouri sites — Lee’s Summit and North Kansas City. In addition, Baker’s School of Nursing is located at Stormont-Vail HealthCare in Topeka.

Baker, which has been continually accredited by The Higher Learning Commission since 1913, is one of nearly 200 institutions of higher education that maintains affiliation with the United Methodist Church through the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry.

For more on the informational meetings, contact Michelle Underwood at 402-393-2884 or businessprograms(at)bakerU(dot)edu.

The meeting schedule is the following:

Monday, March 28
Noon — W. Dale Clark (Main) Library, 215 S. 15th Street
6 p.m. — Millard Branch, 13214 Westwood Lane

Tuesday, March 29
Noon — W. Clarke Swanson Branch, 9101 W. Dodge Road
6 p.m. — Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch, 2100 Reading Plaza

Wednesday, March 30
Noon — W. Dale Clark (Main) Library, 215 S. 15th Street
6 p.m. — South Omaha Library, 2808 Q Street

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