Agricultural Communications and Journalism
Combine expertise in agricultural and environmental sciences with communications. Want to work with people? Have an interest in communications? You'll do well in this field. Year after year, applied communications majors, like Agricultural Communications and Journalism, offer steadier employment than other communications fields.
What You’ll Study
Study agricultural or environmental sciences as well as mass communications. Gain hands-on experience working with real clients on communication strategies. Be part of the team creating and producing the K-State Agriculturalist, a student-produced, full-color publication. Take courses that prepare you for your future career like crisis communication, new media technology and agricultural business communications. Enhance your ability to communicate about natural and applied sciences.
|Editor||News Broadcaster||Graphic Designer|
|4-H and Youth Extension Agent||Photographer||Staff Writer|
|Advertising Account Executive||Event Planner||Communications Director|
|Social Media Specialist||Marketing Coordinator||Public Relations Director|
Employers include: public relations firms, livestock breed associations, agribusiness firms, trade and governmental organizations, food and agribusiness magazines and newspapers.