The major International Agriculture is within the Agriculture & Agriculture Operations field of study. 88 International Agriculture students graduate each year from Agriculture & Agriculture Operations programs. In the United States, International Agriculture is the 308th most popular college major.
To find out more about the ranking of the most popular International Agriculture schools, read the ranking methodology.
It's hard to find a better school than Cornell University if you want to pursue International Agriculture as a major. With more than 20,000 undergraduates, this institution is one of the largest schools in the nation.
Due to the school's fantastic on-time graduation rate of 87.1%, students typically accumulate less debt compared to what they would at other institutions. About 90.6% of the educators at this school are full-time and have regular office hours, so they will be more available to students. Get an idea of what campus life at Cornell is really like by seeing a few campus videos.