2018 Most Popular International Agriculture Schools in Michigan

These Are The Most Well Attended Colleges for International Agriculture in Michigan

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The major International Agriculture is within the Agriculture & Agriculture Operations field of study. 74 International Agriculture students graduate each year from Agriculture & Agriculture Operations programs. In the United States, International Agriculture is the 295th most popular college major.

Michigan Schools Offering International Agriculture Listed in Order of Popularity

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Andrews University is one of the best schools in the country for International Agriculture. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Andrews University's location in the small town of Berrien Springs, Michigan.

You will get to learn about many different cultures first-hand, thanks to Andrews' diverse student body. Each year, roughly 98.0% first-year students receive scholarships, with the typical award being $10,974. For more info, look at college scorecard.

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