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Agricultural Communications

College of Agricultural, Consumer & Environmental Sciences

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What is Agricultural Communications?

This is a concentration under Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications. You'll learn how to develop and deliver information people need to make balanced, informed decisions. You'll also create a portfolio of communications work. It will serve as a vibrant calling card when you apply for jobs or graduate studies.

Career Options

  • Advertising
  • Broadcasting
  • Editing
  • Journalism
  • Multimedia
  • Photography
  • Public Relations
  • Publishing
  • · Writing

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Review Criteria

First-Year Major-Specific Criteria

  • Strong English and social sciences coursework and performance
  • Strong social science and business-related coursework and performance
  • Experiences related to the major

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Transfer Criteria

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Annual Program Costs

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