2018 Best Food Science Technology Schools in the New England Region

College Factual's Food Science Technology Rankings Guide for the New England Region

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With just 2 New England region degree programs and 86 graduations in the New England area, Agriculture & Agriculture Operations seems to be relatively unpopular in this area.

A Food Science Technology student in the New England region can pay anywhere from $134,645 to $176,656 depending on the use of state tuition and financial aid. The average price of a Food Science Technology degree in the US is $147,535.

Keep reading to find the New England region's very best Food Science Technology schools.

Top Food Science Technology Colleges in the New England Region Ranked by Quality

Below you'll find the New England region's top 10 programs for Food Science Technology students. The ranking factors we use includes graduate salaries, graduation rates, accreditation, and more.

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Any student pursuing a degree in Food Science Technology has to check out University of Massachusetts Amherst. University of Massachusetts Amherst food science technology majors earn 6.2% more than the typical food science tech graduate. This school is among the largest schools in Massachusetts.

The health & physical education program at UMass Amherst is ranked 7 in the nation and is well-known for producing qualified graduates.This institution produces especially high paid graduates from the health & physical education degree program. If you're considering learning more, you can view every one of University of Massachusetts Amherst's rankings here.

It is hard to beat University of Maine if you wish to study Food Science Technology. University of Maine offers graduate degrees in food science tech for those interested in an advanced degree. It is set in the suburban location of Orono, Maine.

Only 5.0% of University of Maine graduates are in loan default. That's notable, when the national average is 7.0%.Quite a few UMaine students get scholarships. Ever wish colleges and universities were graded with a report card? Now they are. Take a look at University of Maine's scorecard.


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