From what I have heard, they are planning on 3 options for a bachelors right now....Business, Sustainability Studies (whatever the hell that is) and a third one that I forget. The whole program hasnt really gone through the hoops yet though, so dunno if Fall 2011 is gonna be a starting point for it.
your best option would probably be getting all of your core credits out of the way in 2 years then transferring to CU or another colorado state school (not cc or du) because your credits will transfer. that is just what i think. good luck with it
I go to CMC Breck/Dillon campus. They have a stereotype for being a really easy bullshit school, but since the prospect for adding 4 year degrees has come in they've gotten a bit more serious. The first year is obviously easy as it is in any other college... but I'm a pretty smart kid (skipped 3rd grade and graduated a year early) and I definitely feel like I'm learning.
I'm not stoked that they're adding dorms. I really like the small town/home feel in Breck and I feel like dorms will take away from that.
It's a great option for those who love skiing too much to go to CU Boulder and only get to ski on the weekends. IMO life is too short to spend your youth all day in a classroom.
Most of the classes are in the evening after the mountain closes, so you get to ski all day. I believe they are also considering weekend classes next year because locals don't want to ride on the weekends anyway. (Genius idea.) It's hard to hold a job and do that, but if you're blessed like me your parents might help you out.
Hope that helps!
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As we forgive those who faceplant against us.
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