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Most Popular Schools for Agricultural Economics Major & Degree Program

A program that focuses on the application of economics to the analysis of resource allocation, productivity, investment, and trends in the agricultural sector, both domestically and internationally. Includes instruction in economics and related subfields as well as applicable agricultural fields.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 Cornell University 206 4% $61,618
2 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 182 2% $29,086
3 Texas A & M University-College Station 162 1% $21,051
4 University of Florida 138 1% $19,103
5 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 107 2% $26,282
6 Purdue University-Main Campus 105 1% $23,242
7 Oklahoma State University-Main Campus 101 2% $21,842
8 University of Kentucky 87 2% $23,732
9 Ohio State University-Main Campus 80 1% $25,479
10 University of Connecticut 72 1% $27,244
11 Texas Tech University 62 1% $21,601
12 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 52 1% $22,246
13 North Dakota State University-Main Campus 49 2% $19,460
14 University of Georgia 45 1% $22,064
15 University of Maryland-College Park 45 0% $23,734
16 Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 43 1% $25,409
17 Kansas State University 40 1% $21,331
18 Auburn University 35 1% $25,282
19 West Virginia University 32 1% $18,375
20 University of Missouri-Columbia 27 0% $22,943
21 University of California-Davis 26 0% $33,066
22 University of Arkansas 25 1% $22,212
23 Clemson University 24 0% $28,502
24 University of Wisconsin-Madison 24 0% $23,931
25 Colorado State University-Fort Collins 18 0% $23,203
26 Joliet Junior College 17 1% $4,680
27 Lake Land College 16 1% $3,594
28 North Carolina A & T State University 14 1% $15,929
29 Michigan State University 14 0% $24,648
30 Tarleton State University 12 1% $17,964
31 University of Idaho 11 0% $19,598
32 Alcorn State University 11 2% $20,984
33 Oregon State University 10 0% $23,559
34 University of Arizona 10 0% $25,179
35 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 10 0% $27,450
36 University of California-Berkeley 9 0% $33,319
37 Fort Valley State University 8 1% $20,725
38 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 8 0% $26,165
39 University of Maine 6 0% $23,712
40 New Mexico State University-Main Campus 6 0% $18,255
41 Tuskegee University 4 1% $32,853
42 Prairie View A & M University 4 0% $17,592
43 Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College 4 0% $23,227
44 University of Wyoming 3 0% $18,145
45 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 3 0% $29,468
46 South Dakota State University 3 0% $19,446
47 Northland Community and Technical College 2 0% $6,517
48 University of Nevada-Reno 2 0% $22,600
49 Mississippi State University 2 0% $21,670
50 Utah State University 1 0% $17,720
51 Washington State University 1 0% $27,697
52 Riverland Community College 1 0% $6,322
53 Treasure Valley Community College 1 0% $19,778
54 Texas A & M University-Commerce 1 0% $14,867
55 Southern University and A & M College 1 0% $18,882
56 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 1 0% $25,281
57 Clarendon College 1 1% $10,432
58 North Iowa Area Community College 1 0% $13,541
59 University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 1 0% $3,844

This list indicates the number of students that completed the Agricultural Economics program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.