Students can pursue studies in one of the following research specialization areas: Agricultural Communication The study of traditional and emerging communication processes and theories in applied contexts related to food, agriculture, and the environmen ...
Master's Degree Options A Master’s degree prepares a person with additional knowledge and necessary skills in the field in order to teach, become a practitioner, or conduct research. Students pursuing a Master's degree are expected to develop an ...
Senior Transition from College
COMLDR 4530 Designed to serve as a 'transition' course for seniors at The Ohio State University, preparing them for their first professional position. Students will synthesize their knowledge and skills developed while at OSU and learn how trans ...
Visual Media in Agricultural and Natural Resources
AGRCOMM 2130 Prepares students to be proficient in photography, photo and video editing, and image composition techniques used in the agricultural and natural resource communications fields. Course includes at least one off-campus field trip. Undergraduat ...
AGRCOMM 2193 Planning, conducting, and reporting a special study appropriate to the needs of the student. Prereq: GPA 2.5 or above, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 6 completions. This course is graded S/U. Undergraduat ...
AGRCOMM 2194 Group studies for students in specialized programs. Prereq: Permission of instructor. This course is graded S/U. Undergraduate 1.0 Agricultural Communication ...
Agricultural Issues in Contemporary Society
AGRCOMM 2367 This course helps students develop a critical understanding of agricultural, environmental and related issues facing the United States and the world while improving their writing skills. Prereq: English 1100.01. GE writing and comm: level 2 c ...
Oral Expression in Agriculture
AGRCOMM 3130 An introductory public speaking course that will analyze the communication process and prepare students enrolled to write and deliver speeches for various occasions and purposes. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 390. Undergraduate ...
Professional Development In Agricultural Communication
AGRCOMM 3488 Developing Twenty-first Century skills through hands-on, contextual, and authentic, out-of-class experiences. Students, working individually with the instructor, will design and engage in developmental skill activities. An example is the Earl ...
Publication Design and Production
AGRCOMM 4130 Introduces students to basic practices and techniques used in designing and producing professional-quality publications for agricultural and general audiences. Agricultural communicators will find application for these skills in a variety of ...