College Factual's General Agriculture Rankings Guide for Connecticut

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Approximately 12 students graduated with a degree in General Agriculture from 1 degree programs available in Connecticut.

In the U.S., the usual price of a General Agriculture degree is $119,579.

General Agriculture graduates earn a starting salary of about $36,161 and a mid-career salary of around $62,142.  Read on to see which colleges provide the very best opportunities for General Agriculture graduates.

Top General Agriculture Colleges in Connecticut Ranked by Quality

The subsequent listings showcase the top colleges and universities in Connecticut to get a General Agriculture degree. To come up with this ranking, we use just the colleges and universities in the state that offer Agriculture and rank for quality. See the full ranking methodology here.

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University of Connecticut is a great decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Graduates from the general agriculture major at University of Connecticut get 13.8% more than the standard graduate in this field. This school has one of the largest student bodies in Connecticut.

Freshman students are not required to live on-campus at University of Connecticut.Each year, roughly 64.0% freshmen receive scholarships, with the average award being $8,139. Take a virtual tour to explore UCONN's campus.


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