Top Nebraska Schools for Animal Science

2017 Nebraska Animal Science Rankings Guide

Around 64 students graduated with a degree in animal science from 1 different programs offered in Nebraska.

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 Nebraska for Animal Science?

Keep scrolling to see the top universities and colleges in Nebraska 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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Any student who is interested in Animal Science needs to take a look at University of Nebraska - Lincoln. University of Nebraska - Lincoln offers graduate degrees in animal science for those interested in an advanced degree. With over 20,000 students, University of Nebraska - Lincoln is among the largest schools in the U.S..

Rated #714 in the United States for overall value, we would have estimated this university's terrific instructional programs to come with a higher price tag.University of Nebraska - Lincoln is known for a low crime rate, one of the safest schools in the U.S.. Get an idea of what being on campus at UNL is like by enjoying some campus videos.

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