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  Nov 23, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Agricultural Communications and Journalism (B.S.) - Environment Option

The agricultural communications and journalism major prepares students for various communications positions related to agricultural and environmental areas. Careers can be targeted in public relations, newspaper, magazine, radio-television, advertising, marketing, and agricultural/environmental information. Students in the major have opportunities to work with radio facilities, desktop publishing equipment, cameras, and photo scanning equipment. The major focuses on helping students establish industry ties.

Students majoring in the curriculum can follow the agricultural or environmental options.

Humanities and/or Social Sciences (12 credit hours)

Business Administration and Agricultural Economics (6 credit hours)

Business or Agricultural Economics Elective

Journalism/Mass Communications core (15 credit hours)

These 15 credit hours are required of all students. Enrollment in all skills courses requires completion of the Composition Skills Test administered by the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Required Courses:

Journalism and Agricultural Communications Electives (9 or more credit hours)

Agriculture/Natural Resources Requirements - Outside of Agricultural Communications (24 or more credit hours)

Natural Resource Specialization

Free Electives (to reach 127 credit hours)

Total credit hours required for graduation: (127)


Must satisfy K-State 8 general education requirements.