Top Soil Science and Agronomy, General Bachelors degree Programs - 2018

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Soil Science and Agronomy, General is $40800

Total Students
232
Total Males
155 (67%)
Total Females
77 (33%)
 

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Michigan State University 135 87 (37.5%) 1% 38 (44%) 49 (56%) 220 $49,800 $85,200
Colorado State University-Fort Collins 302 30 (12.9%) .6% 13 (43%) 17 (57%) 272 $46,800 $82,600
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 760 27 (11.6%) 1.4% 4 (15%) 23 (85%) 741 $41,700 $65,900
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 1042 25 (10.8%) .8% 6 (24%) 19 (76%) 376 $44,600 $77,500
Brigham Young University-Idaho 1009 17 (7.3%) .4% 4 (24%) 13 (76%) 600 $49,200 $70,900
Oklahoma State University-Main Campus 488 15 (6.5%) .3% 3 (20%) 12 (80%) 265 $46,500 $82,800
California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 180 8 (3.4%) .2% 3 (38%) 5 (63%) 49 $59,300 $102,000
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 374 7 (3%) .2% 1 (14%) 6 (86%) 320 $44,600 $80,900
University of Wisconsin-Madison 86 4 (1.7%) .1% 1 (25%) 3 (75%) 197 $50,800 $86,800
North Dakota State University 605 3 (1.3%) .1% 0 3 (100%) 350 $49,500 $79,000
University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 921 3 (1.3%) .2% 1 (33%) 2 (67%)
University of Florida 61 2 (.9%) % 0 2 (100%) 223 $49,500 $85,100
New Mexico State University-Main Campus 1032 2 (.9%) .1% 2 (100%) 0 307 $46,500 $81,500
Purdue University-Main Campus 170 1 (.4%) % 1 (100%) 0 98 $57,400 $94,200
University of Georgia 91 1 (.4%) % 0 1 (100%) 242 $47,300 $83,900
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