Weekend College upholds the academic quality, values and expectations of the State University of New York while responding to the needs to adults.
It is designed for individuals who want to advance their careers, change professions or complete their education. Individuals who find weekday degree programs inaccessible, on-line programs monotonous or the pace
of traditional evening programs impossible to mesh with career and family responsibilities, tend to thrive at SUNY Cobleskill’s Weekend College.
- Weekend format enables you to work and attend college
- Small class sizes suited for adults
- Traditional classroom and distance education courses to suit different learning styles
- Quality educational program at an affordable price
- Accredited State University of New York associate and bachelor’s degree programs
- Financial aid available
- Opportunity to apply your education through internships in a real-world setting
- Expert faculty members with both academic and real-world business experience. Professor Charles Moran was recently names to Smart Money magazine’s “Power 30 in Finance.”
The program is ideally suited for students who have completed their associate degree or the equivalent coursework (60 credits or more) at RCC or an accredited college or university. For RCC graduates, program admission criteria will be the same as listed in the Transfer Articulation Agreement between SUNY Cobleskill and RCC. SUNY Cobleskill has 45-credit residency requirement for baccalaureate degrees; therefore a maximum of 77 credits can be transferred.
Weekend College Degree Programs
- The Bachelor of Business Administration is offered in Financial Services and Business Administration. Upper-level course work includes Human Resource Management, International Business, Ethics and Management, Operations Management, Project Management, and Management Policies & Issues. The internship program provides a valuable opportunity to apply your education and skills in a business setting.
- The Business Administration Associate in Applied Sciences program provides foundational courses for a career in business or management.
- An Associate of Arts degree is offered in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities.