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The Isaacson School for New Media prepares students to be competitive in a rapidly evolving world where diverse forms of media converge to enable new modes of working, connecting and storytelling. The school offers accessible, affordable education and retraining for students who want to be prepared for jobs in the digital landscape.


Learn why Walter Isaacson, the school’s namesake, CEO of the Aspen Institute, and author of Steve Jobs, is excited to partner with Colorado Mountain College on this pioneering school. Discover ways we can use your support to meet the needs of the students who will tell the most important stories of tomorrow.

CMC now offering Bachelor of Science in Nursing


The new Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, also known as the RN to BSN, is based at Colorado Mountain College locations in Spring Valley-Glenwood Springs and Breckenridge. However, since the program involves mostly online learning requiring only occasional visits to the college’s campuses, working nurses throughout the CMC service area and beyond may enroll.


RN to BSN functions somewhat differently than a standard four-year bachelor’s degree, as students must have already attained a level of nursing proficiency. Currently, CMC offers a two-year Associate of Applied Science in nursing, which qualifies students to become licensed registered nurses. To enroll in the college’s new bachelor’s program, students must already have earned their associate degree in nursing and hold an RN license in the state of Colorado, in addition to other requirements.


Colorado Mountain College’s BSN program has been approved by the Colorado Commission of Higher Education, the Colorado Department of Education and the Higher Learning Commission. The nursing program is in progress for submission of the application for candidacy status with the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education( CCNE).


For more information, go to or call 800-621-8559.


Learn how you can support the nursing program at Colorado Mountain College by contacting your local Regional Development Officer.