2017 Agricultural Economics & Business Degree Buying Guide

2017 Best Colleges for the Money in Virginia

Further down you'll discover Virginia's finest quality colleges and universities for Agricultural Economics & Business degree programs for the money. In 2015 19 Agricultural Economics & Business undergraduate students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in Virginia. These grads will earn an average salary of $39,547, starting out. Mid-career, the average salary increases to $74,010.

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It's hard to beat Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University if you wish to study Agricultural Economics & Business. Graduates of the agricultural business program make around $41,640 in their early career salary and $84,750 in their mid-career salary. Want a large student body? This college has over 20,000 students on campus.

The student body at this school is really diverse and is represented by undergraduates from over 38 states and territories and at least 48 countries.Students who get degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University seem to be doing well in the world as they are way less likely to go into default on their student loans compared to grads from other schools. Interested in learning more about Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's campus? Go on a virtual tour.

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