SUNY College of Agriculture & Technology at Cobleskill is ...
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.36 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.29 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.29 responses
Most Popular Majors
Animal Sciences and Husbandry105 Graduates
Business Administration and Management82 Graduates
Agricultural Business51 Graduates
Wildlife and Fisheries Management50 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities47 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service28 Graduates
Biology Laboratory Technician24 Graduates
Engineering Technology24 Graduates
Plant Science24 Graduates
Early Childhood Education23 Graduates
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SUNY College of Agriculture & Technology at Cobleskill Reviews
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Before classes even started I was invited to join a club, the Pre-Vet Cohort. This club is designed to help Animal Science majors to further their education by training students in successful ways to go about internships, applications for vet schools, and even interviews. The advisors themselves are vetrenarians!
It truly is post secondary education. I am not taking a class where I think "When am I going to use this?" I brought a dress suit and I found a reason to wear it. Within the first week of school, I had an interview for the student ambassador position. I was honored to have been hired as a student ambassador. I love working with the admissions department to help future students! I am also very excited to graduate a year early. I am able to do this because of college classes that I took in high school.
Not the college for people who are unsure what they want to do after graduation however, very focused and results based education environment. Even if you do not end up in a career directly related to your major (as I did) you still walk away with transferable skills. For example Ag Economics (AGBU103) will give you the same entry-level economics knowledge as any Econ course, just it will have an Ag focus on the application of economic theory.