Tuition costs are a reality of post-secondary education, but it’s important not to be discouraged. If your top school is financially out of reach, your second or third choice may serve your future just as well. To help you find the program — and school — that’s right for you, we’ve rounded up typical tuition costs for crop production degrees. Here’s the range:

average yearly tuition as per the most recent US census data
$ 8,666 per year
Average in-state tuition in 2017

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$ 20,692 per year
Average out-of-state tuition in 2017

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Average private tuition

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What do crop production graduates earn?

Crop production students make an average of $76,963 per year after graduation. This is 15% above average compared to other undergraduate degrees.

$ 76,963 per year
Average graduate salary in 2017

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Tuition costs for popular crop production schools in the US

There are 6 schools in the US that offer a crop production degree. The crop production schools in the nation with the highest enrollment are University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Michigan State University and North Carolina State University at Raleigh. Here's a breakdown of tuition costs for the schools that award the most degrees in crop production per year:

School NameIn-State Tuition
University of Massachusetts-Amherst$15,411
Michigan State University$14,460
North Carolina State University at Raleigh$9,058
Washington State University$11,391
Iowa State University$8,636
University of Idaho$7,488
North Dakota State University-Main Campus$8,666
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College$3,503

Top US schools for a crop production degree

The following chart lists the most prestigious schools offering crop production degrees, along with their average acceptance rate and tuition costs:

School NameAcceptance RateIn-State Tuition
North Carolina State University at Raleigh51%$9,058
University of Massachusetts-Amherst58%$15,411
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College70%$3,503
Michigan State University72%$14,460
Washington State University73%$11,391
University of Idaho73%$7,488
Iowa State University89%$8,636
North Dakota State University-Main Campus92%$8,666

Cheapest US schools for a crop production degree

Of the schools in the US that offer a crop production degree, the following have the lowest tuition costs:

School NameTuition
San Joaquin Delta College$1,104
Imperial Valley College$1,142
San Diego City College$1,142
Merced College$1,150
Modesto Junior College$1,162
College of the Redwoods$1,182
Reedley College$1,304
Bakersfield College$1,325
Butte College$1,368
Ventura College$1,388

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