AGCOM 300 - Careers in Agricultural CommunicationsCredits: 3
This course provides students with advanced knowledge regarding careers in agricultural communications. Students will learn about how to find, apply for, and manage a position in agricultural communications, including topics related to job search, professional development, workplace conflict, portfolio development, interview skills, writing in a professional environment, and salary negotiation. An emphasis in workplace ethics through case studies and service learning will be provided.
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing AND AGCOM 110 or concurrent enrollment.
Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility
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