Wednesday, March 9, 2011

CCGA adds math and psychology bachelor's degrees.

The quality of the faculty is much improved. The current president of the college seems to be a good match for a college in a period of transition and rapid growth.

My only concern with the direction I'm seeing the college go in is that there seems to be an increasing tendency to move towards an abandonment of the school's traditional support of working, non-traditional students by offering ample sessions of all classes as night classes.

Also, I would hope that in the very near future, as they flesh out the understaffed business faculty, they will be able to go from a degree in "general business" to degrees in specific areas, i.e., finance, economics, logistics, etc.

I would also hope that the business and political science departments could work together to offer a bachelor's degree in public administration. 

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