Agricultural Communications and Journalism Program

The Agricultural Communications and Journalism at Texas A&M University has been ranked the most popular program of its type by Campus Explorer.  Campus Explorer is an online database of more than 8,000 colleges and universities, providing resources and tools to select an institute of higher education.

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The agricultural communications and journalism program at Texas A&M began in 1978.  Students in AGCJ take a core of courses including writing and editing.  Skills courses include publications production, public relations and Internet communications.  Graduates are prepared to work in news/magazine, broadcast, public relations, advertising, or multimedia.

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