2017 Agricultural Economics & Business Degree Buying Guide

The Top Value Colleges for in North Dakota

Further down you'll discover North Dakota's finest quality colleges and universities for Agricultural Economics & Business degree programs for the money. In 2015 73 Agricultural Economics & Business undergraduate students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in North Dakota. 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 is hard to beat North Dakota State University - Main Campus if you want to study Agricultural Economics & Business. The setting in a major urban center is wonderful for young people seeking out considerable possibilities for social networking, adventure, and discovery.

With 97.2% of the educators being full time, students are sure to get plenty of face time with teachers.Is safety on campus a concern? You will be happy to know that this school is known for a low crime rate. In what areas is North Dakota State University doing the best? Check out all the school rankings.

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