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Agricultural Production Schools in Illinois

174 Agricultural Production students earned their degrees in the state in 2018-2019.

As a degree choice, Agricultural Production is the 148th most popular major in the state.

Education Levels of Agricultural Production Majors in Illinois

Agricultural Production majors in the state tend to have the following degree levels:

Education Level Number of Grads
Associate’s Degree 89
Award Taking Less Than 1 Year 58
Award Taking 1 to 2 Years 17
Award Taking 2 to 4 Years 17
Master’s Degree 5
Doctor’s Degree (Research / Scholarship) 5
Doctor’s Degree (Professional Practice) 5
Doctor’s Degree (Other) 5

Gender Distribution

In Illinois, a agricultural production major is more popular with men than with women.

Agricultural Production Majors in IL Gender Diversity Statistics

Racial Distribution

The racial distribution of agricultural production majors in Illinois is as follows:

  • Asian: 0.6%
  • Black or African American: 0.6%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 0.6%
  • White: 94.3%
  • Non-Resident Alien: 2.9%
  • Other Races: 1.1%
Agricultural Production Majors in IL Ethnic Diversity Statistics

Jobs for Agricultural Production Grads in Illinois

2,710 people in the state and 100,170 in the nation are employed in jobs related to agricultural production.

Agricultural Production Jobs Nationwide vs. IL

Wages for Agricultural Production Jobs in Illinois

In this state, agricultural production grads earn an average of $63,840. Nationwide, they make an average of $70,630.

jobs nationwide vs. state.

There are 16 colleges in Illinois that offer agricultural production degrees. Learn about the most popular 10 below:

50 Degrees in Major Awarded
4,472 Total Students

Grads earn an average early-career salary of $24,400 after earning their degree at this institution. Of all the teachers who work at the school, 51% are considered full time. 20 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.

34 Degrees in Major Awarded
14,318 Total Students

50% of students get financical aid. 31% of the teachers are full time. This public college charges it's students an average net price of $4,688.

#3

Lake Land College

Mattoon
20 Degrees in Major Awarded
4,466 Total Students

59% of the teachers are full time. 76% of students get financical aid. In their early career, Lake Land College grads earn an average salary of $25,200.

#4

Wabash Valley College

Mount Carmel
15 Degrees in Major Awarded
2,646 Total Students

31 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. The full-time teacher rate is 33%. Seeking financial aid? At this school, 97% of students receive it.

14 Degrees in Major Awarded
2,287 Total Students

The full-time teacher rate is 66%. Seeking financial aid? At this school, 90% of students receive it. A typical student attending Rend Lake College will pay a net price of $6,169.

12 Degrees in Major Awarded
5,446 Total Students

Graduates earn an average $23,700 after graduation. 19 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. This public college charges it's students an average net price of $5,994.

7 Degrees in Major Awarded
1,511 Total Students

Graduates earn an average $23,100 after graduation. 14 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. This public college charges it's students an average net price of $6,413.

5 Degrees in Major Awarded
85% Graduation Rate
51,605 Total Students

Of all the teachers who work at the school, 75% are considered full time. It takes the average student 4.21 years to graduate. Grads earn an average early-career salary of $47,100 after earning their degree at this institution.

5 Degrees in Major Awarded
45% Graduation Rate
11,695 Total Students

14 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio. This public school has an average net price of $16,843. Graduates earn an average $33,200 after graduation.

4 Degrees in Major Awarded
2,601 Total Students

64% of students are awarded financial aid at this school. A typical student attending Kankakee Community College will pay a net price of $6,247. 13 to 1 is the student to faculty ratio.

Agricultural Production Careers in IL

Some of the careers agricultural production majors go into include:

Job Title IL Job Growth IL Median Salary
Soil and Plant Scientists 11% $52,250
Food Scientists and Technologists 8% $84,280
Conservation Scientists 5% $63,210
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Worker Supervisors 4% $46,270
Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Managers 1% $60,090
Agricultural Sciences Professors 0% $83,060
Animal Breeders 0% $0
Farm and Home Management Advisors -3% $36,520

Below are some popular majors in the state that are similar to agricultural production.

Major Annual Graduates in IL
Horticulture 656
General Agriculture 416
Agricultural Economics 408
Animal Science 210
Agricultural Mechanization 187
Food Science Technology 183
Plant Sciences 86
Animal Services 33

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