Top Michigan Schools for Agricultural Economics & Business

College Factual's 2017 Agricultural Economics & Business Rankings Guide for Michigan

With only 39 graduations a year and 1 programs, agricultural economics & business attracts few students in Michigan.

The average cost of an agricultural economics & business degree is $126,729.

Students with an agricultural economics & business degree have an early career salary of about $39,547 and a mid-career salary of about $74,010.  See the top agricultural economics & business schools in Michigan.

Below are the Best 10 Agricultural Economics & Business Schools in Michigan

Keep scrolling to explore the top ranked universities and colleges in Michigan for agricultural economics & business majors. Some of the factors included in the ranking methodology are graduate salaries, loan default rates, accreditation, and more.

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Michigan State University is a wonderful decision for students pursuing an Agricultural Economics & Business degree. Students who graduate from the agricultural business program earn an average of $40,425 in the first five years of their career and $77,237 after their first five years of their career. Prefer a sizable student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.

With 86.2% of the instructors being full time, students will get a good amount of face time with instructors.Michigan State University's default rate of 4.0% is considerably below the average of 7.0%. Take a deeper dive to check out just how well Michigan State ranks in other categories.

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