Agriculture Schools in Alabama - 2017 Ranking

Alabama Agriculture Schools10 Alabama agriculture colleges offer certificates, associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in agricultural business and management, plant sciences and crop production, and horticultural sciences and 7 more programs.

The best agriculture programs are offered by Auburn University. This agriculture college has an excellent quality programs: five stars for curriculum and four stars for teaching.

See the best 5 agriculture colleges in Alabama below or narrow your search by program, desired diploma, or city in Alabama.

Top 5 agriculture schools in Alabama:

Auburn University - Agriculture School Ranking
1. Auburn University

Auburn, 17 agriculture programs

Alabama A & M University - Agriculture School Ranking
2. Alabama A & M University

Normal, 8 agriculture programs

Tuskegee University - Agriculture School Ranking
3. Tuskegee University

Tuskegee, 7 agriculture programs

John C Calhoun State Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
4. John C Calhoun State Community College

Tanner, 1 agriculture program

Judson College - Agriculture School Ranking
5. Judson College

Marion, 2 agriculture programs

Alabama agriculture schools by program:

General Agriculture: 1 school
Plant Sciences: 1 school
Horticultural Sciences: 4 schools
Landscaping and Groundskeeping: 1 school
Soil Sciences: 1 school
Animal Sciences: 3 schools
Equestrian Studies: 1 school
Aquaculture Science: 2 schools
Food Science: 1 school
Business and Management: 3 schools

Alabama agriculture schools by diploma:

Certificates: 7 schools
Associate's Degrees: 1 school
Bachelor's Degrees: 4 schools
Master's Degrees: 3 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 2 schools

Alabama agriculture schools by city:

Auburn: 1 school
Bay Minette: 1 school
Brewton: 1 school
Deatsville: 1 school
Gadsden: 1 school
Hanceville: 1 school
Marion: 1 school
Normal: 1 school
Tanner: 1 school
Tuskegee: 1 school © 2017 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology