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Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism

Build well-rounded communication and journalism skills and make industry connections in the agricultural and environmental areas of public relations, advertising, marketing and more.

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Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism

B.S. in agricultural communications and journalism; specialties in agricultural and environmental

Students combine their passion for agriculture and environment with enhanced communications and journalism skills.

Both the agricultural and environmental options feature challenging courses resulting in well-rounded communications skills and knowledge of natural and applied sciences.


The K-State difference

Graduates from this program are specialized with skills in both communications and science and typically find greater job opportunities with higher pay than others who have majored in more general communication programs. This is especially true for students who take advantage of student positions and summer internships.

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Every year, more internship opportunities in agricultural communications and journalism are available than students to fill them.

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