Economics & Business Courses
The college’s location, resources, and unique Block Plan calendar allow the
Faculty are able to offer students truly extraordinary learning experiences are part due to Colorado College's location, resources and unique Block Plan calendar. Many of the department’s courses incorporate experiential learning opportunities, including guest lecturers, executives-in-residence, and field trips.
Field trips range from one-day visits to Denver to visit with the executives of high-tech telecommunications firms and the front offices of professional sports franchises to extensive one- to two-week field trips throughout the Southwest to study environmental economics issues. Some courses are able to take place entirely in a different country!
A large percentage of students take advantage of opportunities to study at another college or university in the United States or to study abroad at institutions such as the London School of Economics and the University of Maastricht. The college also has an exchange agreement with the Jönköping International Business School in Sweden.
Want to know if you can gain credit for AP/IB and/or external to CC?
Academic Faculty Advisors in the Econ. & Bus. Dept. will want to see/approve any syllabus for which a student would like credit. To gain credit for faculty approved courses, students must order official transcripts to be sent directly to the Colorado College Registrar's Office from the requested school, to be kept in respective student files. Credit for online courses will not be given. For more information, visit CC's Registrar's Office to learn more online for AP/IB Credit or College Course Transfer Credit.
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