The Colorado Department of Higher Education has implemented four new national transfer agreements in the fields of computer science, dance, journalism and public health, to allow students to acquire “appellation” degrees and then move on to a corresponding bachelor`s degree course. “The merger of faculty advisors and academics has made these new agreements stronger and better for students,” said Chris Rasmussen, SENIOR DIRECTOR OF CDHE`s Pathways and Innovation. The RRCC program for teacher training (Teacher Licensure) offers tailor-made transfer agreements with the following public institution: The purpose of a national transfer agreement is to identify the courses that a student must take at a public college in the Colorado community as part of an arts degree or science associates, in order to guarantee a bachelor`s degree at a four-year public college or a university that offers bachelor`s degree programs. For more information, visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) website. “We recognize that the approval of these agreements will allow students to pursue and complete higher education at a lower cost, a critical factor in the sustainability of our economy after the pandemic,” said Tom McGimpsey, President of CCHE. The agreements were approved by the Colorado Higher Education Commission (CCHE) and developed by faculties at two- and four-year public colleges and universities throughout the state. . . .