Why study agricultural communications at Missouri State?

  • 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” publication.
  • The Darr College of Agriculture is located in the center of businesses, governmental agencies and production units in the food, fiber and renewable resources industry, which provides you with great networking, internship and career opportunities.

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'll 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.


Degree options

Careers and outcomes

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