The United States Department of Agriculture predicts that academic programs such as food science, agricultural engineering and agricultural business will need more students to meet the demand of the job market. Graduates with a degree in communications, economics and business, culinary arts, natural sciences and education are sought-after in many of these professions. No matter your major, there may be a career associated with agriculture that is right for you.
SUNY Cobleskill offers a broad range of associate and baccalaureate degree programs. Whether you are enrolled in our School of Agriculture and Natural Resources or our School of Business and Liberal Arts and Sciences, we provide a strong foundation for a successful career in agriculture.
Click on any job field for an extensive list of career options associated with agricultural fields beyond the farm.