Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Those folks getting a BA in mortuary work can first bury the Master Plan

Bachelor’s degrees in mortuary work, ranch management and consumer technology design will soon be coming to California community colleges. Under legislation signed last fall by Gov. Jerry Brown, the system’s governing board on Tuesday tentatively approved four-year degree programs at 15 community college campuses that will be introduced over the next three academic years. “This is an historic day in our system,” California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice W. Harris said.

Changing technology and educational expectations have driven employers in fields such as dental hygiene, respiratory therapy and automotive technology – which once required only two-year associate degrees – to seek workers with a baccalaureate...

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However, the burial of the Master Plan won't take place at Santa Monica College, the closest community college to UCLA, since it is offering only a BA in "interaction design."  See

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