Top Georgia Schools for Agricultural Economics & Business

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

With only 61 graduations a year and 1 programs, agricultural economics & business attracts few students in Georgia.

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.  Keep reading to find out which schools offer the best outcomes for Agricultural Economics & Business grads.

What are the Best Schools in Georgia for Agricultural Economics & Business?

Keep scrolling to explore the top ranked universities and colleges in Georgia 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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University of Georgia is among your top options if you want to study Agricultural Economics & Business. University of Georgia agricultural economics & business students earn 3.8% more than the standard agricultural business graduate. Athens, Georgia is the best surrounding for students who appreciate the fast moving city life.

The program with the most students signed up for at this school is general psychology.Students shouldn't let affordability concerns prevent them from deciding on this school as 83.0% of students get some sort of school funding. Ever wish colleges were graded with a report card? Now they are. Have a look at University of Georgia's scorecard.

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