25 Best Colleges for an Agriculture Degree 2020

This list presents the 25 best colleges offering a degree in agriculture. The ranking is based on alumni earnings for agriculture program graduates. Cornell University tops the list with students earning a median of $73,300 in their first year after graduating. Students graduating from Cornell University's agriculture degree programs also had the lowest median debt of all the top schools at $13,400.

Tuition, median salaries, and median debt were reported by the U.S. Department of Education. View our methodology for more details about these rankings or read more about the top-ranked schools.

2020 Best Colleges Highlights

Learn more about the top five colleges for a Bachelor's in Agriculture degree. You can also read student reviews of each school by clicking on the stars. Although student reviews were not used as a ranking factor in this list, we provide ratings and reviews so students can consider the experience of alumni in their decision-making process.