Top Michigan Schools for Animal Science

2017 Michigan Animal Science Rankings Guide

Having just 134 graduations per year and 1 programs, animal science interests few students in Michigan.

The typical cost of an animal science degree nationally is $134,230.

Starting salaries of $31,092 and mid-career salaries of $52,791 are typical for a graduate with an animal science degree.  Keep reading to see which schools offer the best outcomes for Animal Science graduates.

What are the Best Schools in Michigan for Animal Science?

Keep scrolling to see the top universities and colleges in Michigan for animal science students. Some of the factors included in the ranking methodology are graduate salaries, loan default rates, accreditation, and more.

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It's difficult to beat Michigan State University if you want to study Animal Science. After graduation, animal science students usually earn an average of $33,242 in their early careers. 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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