The Agricultural Communication major incorporates graphic design, marketing, radio, television, and public speaking to promote a broader public understanding of agriculture and our environment. Students completing this major earn the degree Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
Possible Career Options
|Communications Director||Environmental Journalist|
|Event Planner||Graphic Designer|
|Government Relations Director||Magazine Writer or Editor|
|Marketing/Public Relations Manager||Media Relations Coordinator|
|Sales and Advertising Associate||Television/Radio Broadcaster|
Classes and Curriculum
Students will take classes in journalism, marketing, public relations, writing, graphic design, and public speaking to successfully enter a variety of careers. The program requirements a student will follow are determined by their admit term (first term of undergraduate enrollment at Ohio State).
Numbers are based on responses from graduates six months post-graduation date.
* Average Salary: $49,550
Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)
ACT is a national organization designed for students who want to pursue a profession in Agricultural Communication. Ohio State's chapter is actively involved in professional development, service, and social programs. The organization is open to any Ohio State student.
|Student Services Coordinator|
|Department of Agricultural, Communication, Education, and Leadership|
|Coordinator of Prospective Student Services|