Apr 21, 2011
(computer rendering of the new building at CMC's Steamboat campus)
After two years of pursuing accreditation for four year bachelor degree programs, Colorado Mountain College finally got approval this week. The two programs are in Sustainability as well as Business Administration. Colorado Mountain College will retain its status as a two year community college as well as serving the numerous continuing education members of the Steamboat community with their non credit classes. To get all of the details on these two programs, go to the CMC web site by clicking here.
By offering a 4 year Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability, Colorado Mountain College emphasizes the relevance of sustainability in the new economy as well as Colorado's commitment to modeling sustainable practices for the future.
And not only is Colorado Mountain College going to be offering a bachelor's degree in Sustainability, CMC's Alpine (Steamboat) campus is also building a 60,000 square foot facility that will use geoexchange heating and cooling technologies.
The Steamboat Springs community has always been pleased with its partnership with Colorado Mountain College's Alpine Campus and we are excited that the college is making huge strides in going to the next level of academic success.
Our already economically vibrant community will continue to benefit from Colorado Mountain College's investment in the future.
And for those of us for whom college is a very distant memory, there are all of the fabulous non-credit classes and continuing education programs in which any Steamboat resident can partake. From ashtanga yoga to conversational Spanish & Italian, and art history to astronomy, there's something for everyone at CMC.
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