Graduate School Agreements

SUNY Cobleskill’s graduate school agreements provide baccalaureate students with a significant advantage in accessing quality graduate programs in their field of study. These agreements provide detailed descriptions of required undergraduate GPA, courses and internships or hours of field experience students need to qualify for entrance to each specific grad program. If SUNY Cobleskill students meet all the prerequisite guidelines in the agreement then they are guaranteed acceptance into the grad school program.

 

Currently, graduate programs are experiencing significantly higher numbers of applicants than in recent years and as a result selectivity of graduate school candidates has increased.  SUNY Cobleskill has leveraged these agreements as a powerful mechanism for assisting our students in seeking acceptance into quality graduate programs such as:

 

 

Agricultural Business

SUNY Oswego

 

Agricultural Education

Virginia Tech

 

Animal Science

Long Island University

 

Applied Psychology

SUNY Brockport

Long Island University-Education

Long Island University-Counsel

The Sage Colleges-Counsel

The Sage Colleges-Forensic

Saint Rose

Shippensburg University

Utica College

 

Biological Sciences

SUNY Brockport

 

Biomedical Sciences-PhD

Upstate Medical School 

 

Biotechnology

Long Island University-MS Pharm

Long Island University-MBA Pharm

Long Island University-MS in Ed

 

Business

SUNY Brockport

Long Island University

SUNY Oswego

Rochester Institute of Technology

The Sage Colleges

 

Childhood Education

College of New Rochelle

Saint Rose

SUNY Cortland

Long Island University-Education

Long Island University-Counsel

SUNY Plattsburgh

Utica College

RIT (Partnership)

Health Professions

The Sage Colleges

Upstate Medical School

 

Communications

SUNY Brockport

Long Island University

 

Landscape Architecture

SUNY ESF

 

Law School

Albany Law School

 

Medical School 

Ross University

Upstate Medical School

 

Veterinary School

Ross University

University of Guelph

 

 

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