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#1

#1 Best College for Agricultural Communication/Journalism in the U.S.

Oklahoma State University-Main Campus
Stillwater, OK

Oklahoma State University-Main Campus is a fairly selective school.

Acceptance Rate

71%

Annual Degrees Awarded

13

SAT Score

1,040–1,280

Est. Net Price *

$16,718

Median Starting Salary

$52,436

#2

#2 Best College for Agricultural Communication/Journalism in the U.S.

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI

the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a highly selective school.

Acceptance Rate

49%

Annual Degrees Awarded

7

SAT Score

1,270–1,460

Est. Net Price *

$13,376

Median Starting Salary

$57,609

#3

#3 Best College for Agricultural Communication/Journalism in the U.S.

Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX

In general, Texas Tech University is a fairly selective school.

Acceptance Rate

67%

Annual Degrees Awarded

18

SAT Score

1,110–1,290

Est. Net Price *

$17,896

Median Starting Salary

$53,214

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About Agricultural Communication/Journalism

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 471 degrees awarded in Agricultural Communication/Journalism annually, the majority of them are Bachelors degree. Out of the 38 students graduating with degrees at the Masters degree level in the US, 92% percent identify as women and 8% 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.

Popularity of Agricultural Communication/Journalism Degrees in the U.S.
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Careers

For Agricultural Communication/Journalism majors, some of the most in demand careers include News Analysts, Reporters Journalists, Audio and Video Technicians . Additionally, Agricultural Communication/Journalism graduates may land a high salary job, such as News Analysts, Reporters Journalists or Audio and Video Technicians.

Top Paying Careers

These are the highest paying careers for Agricultural Communication/Journalism majors.

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These are the careers in highest demand for Agricultural Communication/Journalism majors.

Student Demographics

Total Students
38
Female Students
35 (92%)
Male Students
3 (7%)

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