If you've ever thought about becoming a dog trainer or handler, now's your chance!
According to The Wall Street Journal, SUNY Cobleskill will be the very first SUNY school to offer a bachelor's degree in canine training, handling, and management.
While SUNY Cobleskill already had a curriculum for learning about our fellow canines, it has decided to expand and create a Canine Training and Management four-year program.
In order to receive their Bachelor of Technology degree students must take 120 credit hours. Courses include:
- Canine Health
- Canine Aggression
- Sporting Dogs
- Canine Area Search
- Behavioral Problems of Companion Animals
and many more!
It's not all fun and game "playing" with pups. The degree requires students to partake in a mandatory internship before graduating.
If this sounds like it's up your alley give it a look!
Photo Credit: Stephanie Pulaski