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Learning By Doing

Andrew Grover, a senior Nutrition major, and Amy Towne, a first year masters student in Food Science and Human Nutrition, work on a study on the health benefits of pistachios.When you set out to learn something new, there’s no substitute for rolling up your sleeves and seeing how things work. When you graduate from Cal Poly Pomona, you won’t just know theory. You will be acutely aware of your edge in knowing how to solve real-world problems. So will employers and clients.

At Cal Poly Pomona, you’ll learn the latest thinking and the most innovative and effective ways to get a job done. Whether it’s a journalism student interning for a local newspaper, a political science major placed at city hall for a special project or an animal science student with the opportunity to birth a foal, Cal Poly Pomona students learn by doing.