Agriculture and Natural Resources Department
Applied Agricultural Communication Studies
- Available as
- On-Campus Major
- Online Major
The B.S. in Applied Agricultural Communication Studies prepares students to be effective communicators in agribusinesses, commodity groups, agricultural advocacy agencies, and other agricultural or environmental organizations. The program provides transferrable skills by emphasizing communication theory and practice in the creation, development, presentation and evaluation of coherent messages. Use these communication strategies to create publications, plan events, and manage projects. The program blends agriculture, communication and general education courses while maximizing flexibility to allow students to choose electives to fit their career interests and expectations.
Applied Agricultural Communication Studies is a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree.
A.A.S. in Agricultural Field or 30 credits of specific coursework Students must complete an A.A.S in an agricultural field or 30 credits of agricultural coursework before enrolling in this degree program.