Jun 21, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Agricultural Communications and Journalism (B.S.) - Agriculture 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 video production equipment. The major focuses on helping students establish industry ties.

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

Sciences (11-12 credit hours)


Science Elective - 1 course (minimum 3 hours)


CHM; BIOCH; BIOL: PHYS 106, 213; ASI 400, 500, 533; AGRON 335, 360, 375/385

Analytical Reasoning (3 credit hours)


STAT > 100, MATH > 100; AGCOM 425, MC 316, 396

Humanities and Social Sciences (6 credit hours)


One course must be from K-State 8 Human Diversity
Choose from: AMETH 160 to 501; ANTH; ARCH 301; ART; DANCE; ECON 120 to 799; ENGL 150, 210 to 299 310, 320 to 399, 420 to 499, 536 to 599, 605 to 660, 670 to 695, 700 to 760, 790 to 799; ENVD 250, 251, 655, 670, 671; FSHS; GEOG 100, 200, 201, 300 to 799; GWSS; HDFS; HIST; Modern Language; MUSIC; PHILO; POLSC; PSYCH; SOCIO; SOCWK; THTRE

Business, Economics (9 credit hours)


Business, Economics Electives (6 credit hours)


Note: 3 credit hours at or above the 300 level.
AGEC; ENTRP; ACCTG; FINAN; MKTG; MGMT; ECON; PFP 

Agriculture Requirements (23-26 credit hours)


Communications (47 credit hours)


Journalism and Mass Communications (13 credit hours)


Communications Electives (6 credit hours)


AGCOM 300-799, CNRES 531, COMM 320-799, MC

Unrestricted Electives (2-6 credit hours)


Total credit hours required for graduation: (120)