Weekend College

Weekend College is designed for adults who want to advance their careers, change professions, or complete their education. If you find weekday degree programs inaccessible, online programs monotonous, or the pace of traditional evening programs impossible to mesh with your career and family responsibilities, then SUNY Cobleskill’s Weekend College may be the perfect solution for you.


Weekend College degree program students are admitted to a cohort with a prescribed course sequence.  Classes currently meet in condensed eight-week blocks on Saturday mornings and afternoons. Try a Saturday class to see if Weekend College is right for you.  To discuss this option, contact the PACE Office at 518-255-5528 or pace@cobleskill.edu.



Spring 2014 Saturday Classes


January 18th - March 8th

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Income Tax Planning


February 1st - April 26th

  • History of the United States I Online
  • Statistics - Online


March 15th - May 3rd

  • Management Communications
  • Investments
  • College Algebra
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Case Studies in Financial Planning
  • Comparative Economics
  • Nutrition Science
  • Online Courses:  Statistics, Rural Sociology and Selected Topics in Literature, Biases in Children's Literature



Weekend College Degree Programs



Program Highlights


  • 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.”


Admissions Requirements


Weekend College is suited for students who have completed their associate degree or the equivalent coursework (60 credits or more) at an accredited college or university.  SUNY Cobleskill has 45-credit residency requirement for baccalaureate degrees; therefore a maximum of 77 credits can be transferred.



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  • Professional and Continuing Education (PACE)
  • Knapp Hall Room 143
  • Cobleskill, NY 12043
  • 518-255-5528
  • 518-255-5258 Fax

  • Office Hours:
  • Monday-Friday
  • 8 am - 5 pm
  • Closed 12-1 pm

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