Top Agronomy and Crop Science Bachelors degree Programs - 2018

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Agronomy and Crop Science is $47300

Total Students
690
Total Males
511 (74%)
Total Females
179 (26%)
 

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Iowa State University 261 77 (11.2%) 1.3% 18 (23%) 59 (77%) 283 $51,200 $82,400
California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 180 74 (10.7%) 1.7% 18 (24%) 56 (76%) 49 $59,300 $102,000
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 62 53 (7.7%) .7% 20 (38%) 33 (62%) 49 $58,100 $102,000
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 374 49 (7.1%) 1.3% 5 (10%) 44 (90%) 320 $44,600 $80,900
South Dakota State University 598 46 (6.7%) 2.3% 10 (22%) 36 (78%) 434 $43,500 $75,600
Kansas State University 554 42 (6.1%) 1.1% 8 (19%) 34 (81%) 292 $48,300 $82,000
Texas A - M University-College Station 154 32 (4.6%) .3% 8 (25%) 24 (75%) 64 $54,400 $99,700
Mississippi State University 527 25 (3.6%) .8% 3 (12%) 22 (88%) 370 $45,200 $77,700
University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 921 25 (3.6%) 1.5% 10 (40%) 15 (60%)
University of Wisconsin-Platteville 850 21 (3%) 1.5% 5 (24%) 16 (76%) 348 $55,500 $79,100
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 105 20 (2.9%) .3% 7 (35%) 13 (65%) 82 $56,500 $96,100
University of Arkansas 381 18 (2.6%) .4% 4 (22%) 14 (78%) 416 $48,600 $76,200
University of Wisconsin-River Falls 771 18 (2.6%) 1.5% 4 (22%) 14 (78%) 650 $41,900 $69,500
West Texas A - M University 1180 16 (2.3%) 1.1% 4 (25%) 12 (75%) 555 $46,700 $72,200
Auburn University 203 16 (2.3%) .4% 2 (13%) 14 (88%) 169 $48,700 $88,000
Washington State University 426 16 (2.3%) .3% 3 (19%) 13 (81%) 151 $50,400 $89,100
University of Kentucky 411 14 (2%) .3% 4 (29%) 10 (71%) 259 $46,100 $82,900
University of Wisconsin-Madison 86 14 (2%) .2% 6 (43%) 8 (57%) 197 $50,800 $86,800
North Carolina State University at Raleigh 144 13 (1.9%) .2% 4 (31%) 9 (69%) 163 $52,400 $88,300
University of Vermont 142 13 (1.9%) .6% 7 (54%) 6 (46%) 140 $45,800 $89,700
Oregon State University 471 13 (1.9%) .3% 8 (62%) 5 (38%) 176 $50,300 $87,600
Oklahoma Panhandle State University 12 (1.7%) 6% 4 (33%) 8 (67%)
Missouri State University-Springfield 616 12 (1.7%) .4% 1 (8%) 11 (92%) 631 $40,300 $70,000
Northwest Missouri State University 930 11 (1.6%) 1.2% 3 (27%) 8 (73%) 712 $42,200 $67,100
Delaware Valley University 839 8 (1.2%) 2.1% 5 (63%) 3 (38%) 755 $35,500 $65,100
University of Connecticut 84 6 (.9%) .1% 1 (17%) 5 (83%) 157 $53,300 $88,700
Purdue University-Main Campus 170 6 (.9%) .1% 1 (17%) 5 (83%) 98 $57,400 $94,200
New Mexico State University-Main Campus 1032 4 (.6%) .1% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 307 $46,500 $81,500
Tarleton State University 1070 4 (.6%) .2% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 652 $41,800 $69,400
Texas Tech University 474 4 (.6%) .1% 1 (25%) 3 (75%) 146 $51,600 $89,400
Southwest Minnesota State University 1052 3 (.4%) .6% 0 3 (100%) 793 $39,000 $63,600
Texas A - M University-Kingsville 1218 2 (.3%) .2% 1 (50%) 1 (50%) 398 $48,700 $76,800
Utah State University 832 1 (.1%) % 0 1 (100%) 283 $48,200 $82,400
College of the Ozarks 440 1 (.1%) .3% 0 1 (100%) 765 $37,500 $64,700
University of California-Davis 109 1 (.1%) % 0 1 (100%) 72 $51,800 $98,400
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