2017 Vermont Animal Science Rankings Guide

Around 70 students graduated with a degree in animal science from 1 different programs offered in Vermont.

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.  See the top animal science degree programs inside Vermont.

What are the Best Animal Science Schools in Vermont?

Keep scrolling to see the top universities and colleges in Vermont 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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University of Vermont is among your top options if you're planning on studying Animal Science. University of Vermont offers graduate degrees in animal science for those interested in an advanced degree. The setting in a significant city is wonderful for students trying to find adequate prospects for social networking, experience, and discovery.

The program with the most students signed up for at this school is business administration & management.You might want to commit to an ACT preparation class prior to taking the test because the average ACT score is 26. If you are interested in knowing more, you can view every one of University of Vermont's rankings here.

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