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It's difficult to beat Minnesota West Community and Technical College if you want to pursue General Agriculture as a major. The campus of is located in , .
For graduates who want to keep going after earning a undergraduate degree, this school has graduate programs available. Freshman students are not required to live on-campus at . Take a virtual tour to know more about 's campus.
Ridgewater College is a great option for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. The campus of is located in , .
First-year students are not required to live on-campus at . There is an advanced degree program accessible for those who are curious. Check out every one of 's rankings to find out more.
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities is a wonderful option for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Positioned in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this university is best suited for students who blossom in a city atmosphere.
This school's affordable net price is quite irresistible to cost-conscious applicants. Around 11.0% of UMN Twin Cities applicants submit their SAT scores, which average around 1,315. Interested in learning a little more about University of Minnesota - Twin Cities' campus? Have a virtual tour.