Small classes, close personal attention, and a wide range of majors are the hallmarks of SUNY Cobleskill’s liberal arts program. While classes at many larger universities are often taught by assistants, at SUNY Cobleskill classes are always taught by professors. Every major has been designed to promote critical thinking and incorporates experiential learning. Bachelor’s degrees are available in Early Childhood, Natural Sciences, and Communications. The College’s Honors Program offers additional opportunities to qualified students.
At SUNY Cobleskill, students majoring in Business Administration, Information Technology, and Computer Information Systems learn the most current thinking, theories, and practices in their respective fields. That’s why SUNY Cobleskill graduates are in such high demand. “Smart” classrooms and new computer labs use the most advanced technology as students prepare for their careers in a setting that mirrors the realities of the modern workplace.