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2019 Best General Agriculture Schools in North Carolina

College Factual's General Agriculture Rankings Guide for North Carolina

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Approximately 90 students graduated with a degree in General Agriculture from 2 degree programs available in North Carolina.

Depending on your school aid, your General Agriculture degree could cost anywhere from $71,009 to $287,261 in North Carolina.

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 North Carolina Ranked by Quality

The subsequent listings showcase the top colleges and universities in North Carolina 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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Every student who is interested in General Agriculture needs to look into North Carolina State University at Raleigh. Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, this university is best suited for students who prosper in a city atmosphere.

Graded #2 in North Carolina for value for the money, we might have predicted this university's superb educational programs to be higher priced. This school's affordable net price is quite attractive to cost-conscious applicants. Check out all of North Carolina State University at Raleigh's rankings to learn more about the college.

North Carolina A & T State University is among your top options if you're planning on studying General Agriculture. North Carolina A & T State University offers graduate degrees in agriculture for those interested in an advanced degree. The location in a major city is great for scholars trying to find adequate possibilities for social networking, adventure, and exploration.

You'll be able to meet others from numerous cultures first-hand, thanks to NC A&T's diverse campus. This school does not require freshmen to live on-campus. In what areas is North Carolina A & T State University doing the best? Check out all the college rankings.





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