Baker College publishes a Catalog each year, however edits may need to be made after the Catalog is published and thus an Addendum needs to be created to list those edits.
This section will hopefully guide you in how to use the Addendum in concert with the full, current Catalog.
Question: Why do we have an Addendum?
Answer: Baker College may need to update curriculum information, requirements, etc. in the middle of an academic year. This helps to document those edits for students and staff.
Question: How do I use the Addendum?
Answer: The Addendum is to be used with the current Catalog. Staff may use the Addendum, for instance, to ensure any program/course changes are discussed with a student since the Catalog was published.
Question: Does the Addendum superseded the Catalog?
Answer: Yes, the information in the Addendum supersedes what is in the Catalog. Example: A course is 4 credits in the Catalog, but now it is 2 credits in the Addendum. The Addendum is the current information to be used.
Question: Where can I find the Addendum?
Answer: The Addendum can be found here on the catalog.baker.edu website.