These degree programs are ranked as best for returning adults studying General Agriculture as a result of their academic quality and the programs they provide for returning adults. Returning adults friendly degree programs are ideal since returning adults have lower graduation rates than average.
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University of Georgia is a great option for individuals interested in a General Agriculture major. With over 20,000 undergraduates, this school is among the largest schools in the nation.
Students shouldn't let affordability concerns prevent them from deciding on this school as 82.0% of students get some sort of school funding. Around 61.6% of undergraduates complete their degree in four years at this school, which is greater than the U.S. average of 36.0%. Want to learn a little more about University of Georgia's campus? Take a virtual tour.