You know what would've made my college experience better? Dogs. Imagine you get to go to class knowing you'll be around dogs, if you go to this college, it can become reality.

The State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill has announced that they will be the first-ever college to offer a bachelor’s degree in dog training and handling, according to New York Upstate.

What I didn't realize was that they already had an existing canine curriculum but they've now decided to expand it to a full bachelor's degree. Students will have to complete 120 credits in liberal arts requirements, as well as training classes like "Canine Aggression" and "Therapy Dog Teams."

Of course dog training is a lot of work and not just a curriculum designed to just play with dogs. If you have a passion for dogs or want to know that ins-and-outs of dog training, this may be the perfect program for you!