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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Degree Requirements  

Degree Requirements

Cook College, the land-grant unit of Rutgers, is unique within the university system. As a professional college, Cook is engaged in the land-grant mission of educational scholarship designed to develop knowledge and skills that will enable students and the public to address challenges facing society in the areas of food, the environment, natural resources, and agriculture. Cook's undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to promote the study of these challenges by integrating the natural and physical sciences with the social sciences and humanities and by using conceptual frameworks that explore human interactions with the earth's system.


 
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