Four Year Degrees Pending Accreditation From HLC On Friday, March 4, the Colorado Commission on Higher Education gave preliminary authorization to Colorado Mountain College to offer two bachelor’s degrees: a bachelor of science in business administration and a bachelor of arts in sustainability studies. The CCHE’s authorization is pending the college receiving official approval for… Continue reading CCHE Gives Preliminary Authorization for Bachelor’s Degrees
Colorado Mountain College hopes to begin offering four-year bachelor’s degrees in fall 2011. And now you can stay informed of our progress as we work toward building these programs and gaining approval and accreditation!
RIFLE – During today’s meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the trustees and college administrators learned that the Colorado House of Representatives voted 55-9 (with one absence) to pass Senate Bill 10-101. The bill would permit the comprehensive community college to offer up to five bachelor’s degrees.
State Sen. Dan Gibbs hopes bill will be signed into law in Summit County By Caitlin Row, Summit Daily News Colorado Mountain College is just steps away from being allowed to offer bachelor’s degrees to mountain-community students. The state House of Representatives OK’d state Sen. Dan Gibbs’ CMC bill on second reading Thursday. A third… Continue reading CMC bill heads back to House for final OK
Following a unanimous vote, the education committee of Colorado’s House of Representatives voted today in support of SB 101, which would allow Colorado Mountain College to offer up to five bachelor’s degrees. The next step is for the bill to continue on for consideration in the full House. A date has not yet been set for that deliberation.
By Dennis Webb, Grand Junction Daily Sentinel When Colorado Mountain College employee Erin Furman heard her employer wanted to begin offering four-year degrees, she immediately began thinking about going back to school.
By Dr. Stan Jensen Because there’s some confusion about a bill now in the state legislature, which would permit Colorado Mountain College to offer a limited number of bachelor’s degrees, we wanted to clarify a few points.
Goal to meet students’, communities’ unmet needs