Agricultural Communications Undergraduate Program

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Why study agricultural communications at Missouri State?

  • Learn how to tell the story of agriculture through mediums like video production, photography, writing and public relations. 
  • This interdisciplinary program ensures you develop your professional communication skills while learning the nuances of the agriculture industry, preparing you to advocate for and educate about agricultural issues.
  • Our programs integrate hands-on experiences through internship placements and research opportunities, allowing you to apply your education directly and learn through experience.
  • As an agricultural communications student, you experience writing for an organization by contributing to the College of Agriculture’s annual Ag Review and Darr Difference ​​​​​​​publications.

Communicating and advocating for the agriculture industry

Develop your professional communication skills while blending the nuances of the agricultural industry with a degree in agricultural communications. You will hone your writing, photography, graphic design, public relations and digital media skills through real-world, project based learning and discover how to advocate for agricultural issues.


Careers and outcomes

You will be prepared for a variety of careers with public, private, nonprofit and governmental agencies.