Your parents will only let you go if you can get a BA? Sad.
I am currently going to the Oregon Coast Culinary Institue (www.occi.net
You only get an A.S. but the program is significantly less costly than CIA and J&W.
For the first term you mainly work on breads and other dough products(puff pastry, danish, ect.) with either chef Woojay Poynter(a.k.a. the awesome Pastry Ninja) or Certified Master Baker Tina Powers. You also take Interpersonal Communications, Math for Chefs(easy to get out of if you are good at math) and Food Service and Safety.
The term after that you switch chefs and work on cakes and icings for the last five weeks of the term, the first half you get to practice your knife skills by switching with the culinary students and taking over the kitchen and making lots of really tasty dishes. The extra classes are nutrition and computers.
Third term(what I am doing now) is dessert presentations, ice desserts(ice cream, gellato, sorbet, sherbet), and the epic "design you dream bakery" project. Extras are writing and business management.
I can't remember exactly remember what next term is but I know we are doing a lot of sugar candies and chocolate as well as prep work for whatever restaurant/bakery/resort we are doing our externship for.
Hope this helps with knowing what you are in for after graduation.