Agricultural Communication/Journalism programs prepare individuals to apply journalistic, communication, and broadcasting principles to the development, production, and transmittal of agricultural information. Includes instruction in basic journalism, broadcasting, film/video, and communication techniques; the production of technically specialized information products for agricultural audiences; and the principles of agricultural sciences and business operations needed to develop and communicate agricultural subject matter in effective ways.
For all the 439 degrees awarded in Agricultural Communication/Journalism annually, the majority of them are Bachelors degree. Out of the 29 students graduating with degrees at the Masters degree level in the US, 93% percent identify as women and 7% percent identify as men. Though students at schools all over the country study Agricultural Communication/Journalism, Texas has the most graduates. The average annual income for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Communication/Journalism is $40,800.
If you’re interested in Agricultural Communication/Journalism, then you should look at these top colleges, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Oklahoma State University-Main Campus and Texas Tech University. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is our best ranked institution for a degree in Agricultural Communication/Journalism with 5 students graduating with this major annually at the Masters degree level. Learn more about college options in the table below.