2017 General Agriculture Degree Buying Guide

The Best Value Colleges for General Agriculture in Wisconsin

Below you'll discover Wisconsin's finest quality colleges and universities for General Agriculture degree programs for the cost. In 2015 14 General Agriculture students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in Wisconsin. These grads will make an average salary of $36,161, starting out. Mid-career, the average salary increases to $62,142.

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University of Wisconsin - River Falls is one of the best schools in the United States for General Agriculture.  Students who delight in a more relaxed life will appreciate the school's location in the small town of River Falls, Wisconsin. 

University of Wisconsin - River Falls' rate of student loan default of 4.0% is far below the national average of 7.0%.  Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at University of Wisconsin - River Falls.  Want to know more about University of Wisconsin - River Falls' campus? Take a virtual tour

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