When most students at your college are in your major it makes it easy to make connections. Learn why so many students study Agricultural Production at the schools below.
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Every student pursuing a degree in Agricultural Production has to look into University of Massachusetts Amherst. It is established in the suburban region of Amherst, Massachusetts.
About 65.8% of students complete their degree in four years at this school, which is much higher than the U.S. average of 36.0%. Get more than 28 on the ACT? That is over the usual applicant score, so you should apply. A virtual tour could be a good way to explore University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Every student pursuing a degree in Agricultural Production needs to check out Salem State University. It is established in the suburban region of Salem, Massachusetts.
About 3.4% of Salem State's population are not Massachusetts residents, so, you'll have a lot of opportunities to befriend undergraduates throughout the country. Salem State University does not require freshmen to live on-campus. If you're interested in learning more, you will find every one of Salem State University's rankings here.