2021 Best Animal Science Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in New York

2 Colleges
170 Bachelor's Degrees
$30,760 Avg Cost*

Finding the Best Animal Science Schools for Non-Traditional Students

Best Animal Science Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in New YorkAnimal Science is the #122 most popular major in New York with 170 bachelor's degrees awarded in 2018-2019. This means that 2.6% of the degrees earned in the country were from a school in the state.

For this year's Best Animal Science Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in New York ranking, we looked at 2 colleges that offer a bachelor's in animal science. This ranking identifies schools with high-quality animal science programs as well as strong support for students classified as non-traditional.

When determining these rankings, we looked at things such as overall quality of the animal science program at the school, affordability, and presence of non-traditional students. For more information, check out our ranking methodology.

One Size Does Not Fit All

When choosing the right school for you, it's important to arm yourself with all the facts you can. To that end, we've created a number of major-specific rankings, including this Best Animal Science Schools for Non-Traditional Students list to help you make the college decision.

To further help you make the college decision, we've developed a unique tool called College Combat that allows you to compare schools based on the factors that matter the most to you. When you have some time, check it out - you may want to bookmark the link so you don't forget it.

2021 Best Animal Science Schools for Non-Traditional Students in New York

Check out the animal science programs at these schools if you want to see which ones are the best for non-traditional students.

Best Animal Science Schools for Non-Traditional Students

#1

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY

Cornell University has taken the #1 spot in this year's animal science ranking for non-traditional students. Located in the city of Ithaca, Cornell is a private not-for-profit college with a fairly large student population. In addition to being on our best for non-traditional students list, Cornell has also earned the #1 rank in our Best Colleges for Animal Science in New York ranking.

The student loan default rate at Cornell is lower than is typical, just 1.0% of students default in three years. Approximately 309 students take at least one class online at Cornell. 101 students are part time.

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#2

SUNY Cobleskill

Cobleskill, NY

SUNY Cobleskill landed the #2 spot in our 2021 best animal science schools for non-traditional students. SUNY Cobleskill is a small public school located in the town of Cobleskill. In addition to being on our best for non-traditional students list, SUNY Cobleskill has also earned the #2 rank in our Best Colleges for Animal Science in New York ranking.

There are approximately 50 students at SUNY Cobleskill that take at least one class online. There are roughly 217 part time students in attendance at SUNY Cobleskill. Eligible students may be able to receive credit for their military training.

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Best for Non-Traditional Students Animal Science Colleges in the Middle Atlantic Region

Explore all the Best Animal Science Colleges for Non-Traditional Students in the Middle Atlantic Area or other specific states within that region.

State Degrees Awarded
Pennsylvania 173
Maryland 72
New Jersey 106
Delaware 17

Animal Science is one of 13 different types of Agriculture & Agriculture Operations programs to choose from.

Related Major Annual Graduates
Agricultural Economics & Business 364
General Agriculture 105
Agricultural Production 90
Plant Sciences 82
Horticulture 81

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Notes and References

Footnotes

*Avg Cost is for the top 2 schools only.

References

  • The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a branch of the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) serves as the core of the rest of our data about colleges.
  • Some other college data, including much of the graduate earnings data, comes from the U.S. Department of Education’s (College Scorecard).
  • Veteran-specific data can be found at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
  • Credit for the banner image above goes to Billy Hathorn.

More about our data sources and methodologies.

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