2017 General Agriculture Degree Buying Guide

The Best Value Colleges for General Agriculture in Pennsylvania

Below you'll discover Pennsylvania's finest quality colleges and universities for General Agriculture degree programs for the cost. In 2015 34 General Agriculture students graduated with bachelor degrees from colleges and universities in Pennsylvania. 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 Pennsylvania.

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

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Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus is a good choice for individuals interested in a General Agriculture degree.  Soon after graduation, agriculture students generally earn about $39,770 in the first five years of their career.  Looking for a big school? This college has more than 20,000 students on campus. 

Penn State boasts a top ranked women's volleyball team.  If campus safety is important to you, you'll be happy to fnd out that Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus is known for a low crime rate.  Where is Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus doing the best? Check out all the school rankings

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