MUSKEGON, Mich. – Muskegon-area residents interested in careers managing one of the world’s most precious resources—water—now have the opportunity to begin classes in Muskegon for the water quality management associate degree that is offered through Baker College of Cadillac.
Students will attend Baker College of Muskegon for three quarters, then transfer to the Cadillac campus for program-specific courses and the two required internships. Both campuses offer student housing. The first cohort begins fall quarter, with registration through Friday, Oct. 3.
“This is a great opportunity for students interested in careers in the areas of clean water distribution and wastewater sanitation but wish to stay close to home during a portion of their education,” said Lee Coggin, J.D., Baker College of Muskegon president. “This west-Michigan program will work well for a person who cares about the environment and has good science aptitude.”