2017 General Agriculture Degree Buying Guide

The Best Value Colleges for General Agriculture in Oregon

Below you'll discover Oregon's finest quality colleges and universities for General Agriculture degree programs for the cost. In 2015 89 General Agriculture students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in Oregon. These grads will make an average salary of $36,161, starting out. Mid-career, the average salary increases to $62,142.

Find a quality and affordable option to study General Agriculture in Oregon.

The methodology behind these rankings takes both quality and cost of the education into consideration.

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Oregon State University is a good choice for students persuing a General Agriculture degree.  Looking for a big school? This college has over 20,000 students on campus. 

If you're wary of taking on an excessive amount of student debt, you should be aware that graduates leave Oregon State with just $26,152 in student loans.  84.0% of freshmen return for their 2nd year of school.  Find each of the essential details on Oregon State by checking out their scorecard

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