Agricultural Communications and Journalism - BS
Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communications and Journalism are prepared for employment in agricultural businesses, organizations, associations, government agencies at all levels, and by all types of communication media: magazines, the internet, television and radio stations, newspapers, sports and entertainment, and public relations and advertising agencies.
The degree requires the completion of 120 semester credit hours. The student who wishes to develop specific career plans may do so in consultation with their Agricultural Communications and Journalism advisor. With approval of the advisor and the dean’s office, substitutions may be made in the required scientific and technical agriculture courses to help meet the student’s goals.