2018 Best General Agriculture Colleges for the Money in Connecticut

Find Quality & Affordable General Agriculture Colleges in Connecticut

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The best value universities and colleges for General Agriculture degrees here were selected by highest instructional quality and most affordable price in Connecticut. In 2016 12 General Agriculture college students graduated with bachelor degrees from degree programs in Connecticut. These new grads will have a typical income of $36,161 per year. The average salary will increase to $62,142, mid-career.

Connecticut Schools Ranked by a Quality General Agriculture Education for the Money

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University of Connecticut is a great decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Students who graduate from the agriculture program make an average of $40,895 in the first five years of their career and $70,975 after their first five years of their career. This school is located in the suburban area of Storrs, Connecticut, near shops and other entertainment.

Since 33.4% of UCONN's student body is from outside Connecticut, you'll have many chances to meet undergraduates from all over the continent.General psychology is the most popular major at University of Connecticut. Find all of University of Connecticut's rankings to learn more about the college.


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