I attended Baker in Jackson and it went ok, considering I am not good at speaking in front of people! As far as I know, there aren't any other options at Baker. However, I attend Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek and I overheard a classmate say that she took Oral Communication ONLINE, because of her fears of public speaking! I don't know how that would even be possible, but that is what she said. At Baker, I remember we would have a different type of speech or presentation each week. Some, we could read from our notes, some were in small groups in front of the class and the final one was" How to do something". That was nerve racking!!! Luckily my instructor had sympathy for the shy people and everyone did fine. If you do have real concerns about this, you can go to www.kellogg.edu
and hit "search for schedules" and hit online options for classes and you will be able to see if you can take Oral Communication online there. Since it would be an online class, driving wouldn't be an issue for you.
Good Luck and remember, everyone is a little nervous about speaking in front of the class, but most of the time you'll have your notes with you!