Dual enrollment to be ofered at BBA
Burr and Burton has actively begun the process of talking to neighboring colleges so that BBA can offer a variety of college course options to BBA juniors and seniors right on the BBA campus. This spring, things kick off with a Green Mountain College course offering Environmental Ethics. It is a philosophy course that ventures into environmental issues and policies.
The course is demanding, so interested students will also need to talk with their school and college counselors to see what schedule adjustments can be made in the spring to lighten their load, if necessary. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive three Green Mountain College credits and 1 BBA elective credit. There is no tuition charge, but students can expect to have to purchase 1-2 books for the course.
Feel free to contact the BBA Academic Dean, Jen Hyatt at email@example.com, with any questions.
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