School of Agriculture

Agricultural Communications

Curriculum

What is Agricultural Communications?

In this information age, more emphasis is being placed on effective communication. Agricultural Communications provides students with the opportunity to combine their interest in agriculture, one of America’s largest industries, with journalism and mass communications, professional and business communications.

How can I use an Agricultural Communications Degree?

Graduates enter the following careers:

  • agricultural information agencies
  • newspaper writing/editing
  • agricultural publications
  • public relations
  • advertising and sales
  • environmental reporting and agricultural extension
  • marketing specialists
  • broadcast producers and reporters
  • lobbyists
  • public relations practitioners

Agricultural Communications at TTU

The Agricultural Communications program uniquely combines technical agriculture with agriculture communications, journalism and mass communications, professional and business communications, agricultural education and marketing. Students complete courses in animal science, agronomy, agribusiness management and agricultural engineering technology, plus courses in agricultural communications, journalism, professional communications, business communications and marketing.

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Meeting and greeting at Ag on the Hill
Meeting and greeting at Ag on the Hill
Ag students at Ag on the Hill (Nashville)
Ag students at Ag on the Hill (Nashville)