2018 Most Popular General Agriculture Schools in the New England Region

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New England Region Schools Offering General Agriculture Listed In Order of Popularity

This is a ranking of colleges and universities based solely on the popularity of their General Agriculture program. Read the methodology here.

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University of Connecticut is a good decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Students who graduate from this program report average early career wages of $40,895 and mid-career wages of $70,975. Want a large student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.

Freshman students are not required to live on-campus at University of Connecticut. This school is an excellent value for the money for students in Connecticut. Take a virtual tour for more information on UCONN's campus.

It's hard to find a better school than Hampshire College if you want to study General Agriculture. This school is located in the suburban area of Amherst, Massachusetts, near shops and other entertainment.

Only 36.0% of college students graduate on time. Hampshire is way ahead of the pack on that mark with 57.3% of students finishing on time. Hampshire's 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio is one of the top in the nation. Check out every one of Hampshire College's rankings to learn more.

University of Maine is a good choice for individuals interested in a General Agriculture major. The specific location of Orono, Maine, is nice for college students who like a quieter, suburban spot.

Only 5.0% of University of Maine graduates are in loan default. That's notable, when the national average is 7.0%. This school provides advanced degree programs for those who want to continue after earning a four-year degree. Get a better idea of what student life at UMaine is like by enjoying some campus videos.

Framingham State University is a good decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Framingham, Massachusetts is an ideal location for individuals who enjoy the fast-paced city life.

Worried about student debt? (We don't blame you!) this school and its $22,155 yearly net price may be a great match for you. Rated #16 in Massachusetts for value for the money, we might have estimated this university's terrific instructional programs to command a higher price. A virtual tour may be an easy way to find out more about Framingham State University.

It's hard to beat University of Vermont if you want to pursue General Agriculture as a major. Graduates from the General Agriculture program at University of Vermont earn 3.3% more than the standard college grad in this field. The setting in an important urban center is great for students seeking ample opportunities for networking, adventure, and exploration.

For graduates who would like to carry on following their bachelor's degree, University of Vermont has graduate programs available. This school is thought to be an excellent choice for veterans and military members. Get an idea of what student life at UVM is really like by watching a few campus videos.

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