2017 Agricultural Economics & Business Degree Buying Guide

2017 Best Colleges for the Money in Nebraska

Further down you'll discover Nebraska's finest quality colleges and universities for Agricultural Economics & Business degree programs for the money. In 2015 106 Agricultural Economics & Business undergraduate students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in Nebraska. 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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University of Nebraska at Kearney is a wonderful decision for students pursuing an Agricultural Economics & Business degree. Students who get pleasure from a more slow-paced life will appreciate the school's position in the modest town of Kearney, Nebraska.

Each year, somewhere around 55.0% first-year students receive scholarships, with the average award being $4,142.80.0% of first years return for their second year. Get an idea of what being on campus at UNK is really like by watching a few campus videos.

University of Nebraska - Lincoln is among your best bets if you want to study Agricultural Economics & Business. With over 20,000 students, University of Nebraska - Lincoln is among the largest schools in the U.S..

84.0% of freshman students come back for their sophomore year of school.Around 33.1% of students complete their degree on time at University of Nebraska - Lincoln, which is much higher than the national average of 36.0%. Go on a virtual tour to know more about UNL.

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