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Agricultural Communication students shooting a video in the ASEC studio

The Purdue Agricultural Communication Program

Prepare for a career that serves industry and society by promoting awareness and understanding of food, agriculture, and science.

In Agricultural Communication, you will receive excellent advising from caring staff. You will develop marketable communication skills through a flexible curriculum, diverse coursework, and competitive internships. Our graduates are professional communicators for agricultural organizations, agribusiness firms, government, mass media, and advertising and public relations agencies who are proficient in our core competencies.

Agricultural Communication graduates have the advantage of excelling in communication, science, and agricultural courses — a combination future employers value.

According to the most recent data, graduates from our department enjoyed high placement starting salaries near $47,681; (Purdue Agriculture Employment Summary).

Although part of a large university, the Purdue Agricultural Communication program offers a small, close-knit community. Some of the benefits of Agricultural Communication at Purdue include personalized advising, small class sizes, and individual attention to help you achieve your career goals.

Innovation drives constant change. Never has it been more important for people to have accurate, understandable information about the food we are eating, the natural resources we are using, and the agricultural science and technology that is transforming our lives.

If you would like to play an influential role in that change, Agricultural Communication could be just the career choice for you.

Find Out More

Kevin Leigh Smith
Academic Advisor/Continuing Lecturer

Dr. Mark Tucker

Agricultural Communication degree requirements from the Purdue Agriculture Office of Academic Programs
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Purdue Agricultural Communication Core Competencies