Sustainable Crop Production (A.A.S.)

Overview

Students who choose to major in Sustainable Crop Production at SUNY Cobleskill take a two-year course of study that prepares them for employment in private industry or public service. They are exposed to up-to-date information presented by faculty who are highly trained and well-educated. A student may find themselves in a well-equipped laboratory studying soil science one day and out on the College’s 650-acre farm studying crops. The campus is used extensively for laboratory experiences and the student is typically involved in activities such as collecting insects for a course in Entomology, gathering weeds for Weed Identification, or surveying a field for the Surveying and Land Measurement curriculum. The SUNY Cobleskill mission is to produce graduates with “hands-on” experience who are competent and successful in the field of agriculture. More than 98 percent of Sustainable Crop Production graduates find employment in their chosen area or continue their education.

 

 

Campus Gardens         Plant Conservatory

 

 

 

 

Sustainable Crop Production class in garden
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