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2019 Best Agricultural Economics & Business Schools in Pennsylvania

College Factual's Agricultural Economics & Business Rankings Guide for Pennsylvania

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With only 70 graduations a year and 1 programs, Agricultural Economics & Business attracts few students in Pennsylvania.

The average cost of an Agricultural Economics & Business degree is $132,247.

Students with an Agricultural Economics & Business degree have an early career salary of about $39,547 and a mid-career salary of about $74,010.  View the list below to find out which school provides the best program for Agricultural Economics & Business students.

Top Agricultural Economics & Business Colleges in Pennsylvania Ranked by Quality

Keep scrolling to explore the top ranked universities and colleges in Pennsylvania for Agricultural Economics & Business majors. Some of the factors included in the ranking methodology are graduate salaries, loan default rates, accreditation, and more.

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It's difficult to beat Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus if you want to study Agricultural Economics & Business. Graduates from the agricultural economics & business major at Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus get 9.6% above the average college graduate in this field. University Park, Pennsylvania is the best setting for students who appreciate the active urban lifestyle.

At least 77.0% of the instructors at Penn State have full-time hours, so they have lots of time to give attention to their students. If on-campus safety is important to you, you will be glad to know that this school has a low crime rate. Find all of Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus' rankings to learn more about the college.





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