Attending a college most focused on International Agriculture will mean that your major gets the most funding and have a variety of opportunities for you. The schools listed here are known for their International Agriculture programs for a reason. Find out what it is by clicking on them!
If you’re looking for more information about the rankings below look at the Most Focused Ranking methodology page.
Looking for the best of the best? Check out Cornell University to pursue your degree in International Agriculture. Ithaca, New York is an appropriate setting for learners who appreciate the active city life.
You may want to study hard for your SAT; the typical score of applicants to Cornell is 1,420.Only 36.0% of college students graduate in four years. Cornell is way ahead of the pack on that mark with a 86.8% on-time graduation rate. Take a virtual tour for more information on Cornell's campus.