General Agriculture Bachelor's Degrees in Georgia

Georgia General Agriculture Bachelor's Degree SchoolsIn 2018, we reviewed 2 Georgia schools providing general agriculture bachelor's degrees, and University of Georgia is the best option.

Check both Georgia schools granting general agriculture bachelor's degrees and agriculture colleges offering similar programs in the nearby states or narrow your search by city or consider other agriculture major or diploma.

GA general agriculture bachelor's degree schools:

University of Georgia - Agriculture School Ranking
1. University of Georgia

Located in Athens

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College - Agriculture School Ranking

General agriculture bachelor's degrees in nearby states:

The University of Tennessee Martin - Agriculture School Ranking
The University of Tennessee Martin

Located in Martin, Tennessee

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - Agriculture School Ranking
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

Located in Tallahassee, Florida

Tennessee Technological University - Agriculture School Ranking
Tennessee Technological University

Located in Cookeville, Tennessee

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

Located in Normal, Alabama

Tennessee State University - Agriculture School Ranking
Tennessee State University

Located in Nashville, Tennessee

Austin Peay State University - Agriculture School Ranking
Austin Peay State University

Located in Clarksville, Tennessee

Warner University - Agriculture School Ranking
Warner University

Located in Lake Wales, Florida

GA agriculture schools offering other bachelor's degrees:

Savannah College of Art and Design - Agriculture School Ranking
Savannah College of Art and Design

Located in Savannah, 1 bachelor's program

Berry College - Agriculture School Ranking
Berry College

Located in Mount Berry, 1 bachelor's program

Fort Valley State University - Agriculture School Ranking
Fort Valley State University

Located in Fort Valley, 3 bachelor's programs

Other agriculture bachelor's degrees in GA:

Plant Sciences: 2 schools
Horticultural Sciences: 3 schools
Soil Sciences: 1 school
Animal Sciences: 3 schools
Equestrian Studies: 1 school
Food Science: 1 school
Public Services: 1 school
Business and Management: 2 schools

Other general agriculture diplomas in GA:

Certificates: 1 school

Georgia agriculture schools by city:

Albany: 1 school
Americus: 1 school
Athens: 2 schools
Augusta: 1 school
Clarkesville: 1 school
Columbus: 1 school
Cuthbert: 1 school
Fort Valley: 1 school
Griffin: 1 school
Lawrenceville: 1 school
Marietta: 1 school
Mount Berry: 1 school
Oakwood: 1 school
Rome: 1 school
Sandersville: 1 school
Savannah: 1 school
Statesboro: 1 school
Thomasville: 1 school
Tifton: 1 school
Valdosta: 1 school
Waycross: 1 school

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