Agricultural and Environmental Sciences CommunicationCollege of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
What you will learn
Majoring in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Communication prepares you to develop and share messages about critical issues related to food, fuel, water, landscapes and people. You will learn to communicate clearly and effectively to diverse audiences about the wide range of topics related to producing food for a world population expected to reach 9 billion before 2050.
Make a difference with your degree!
With help from your adviser, you’ll choose field experiences and internships to help decide your career path. Work for a commodity or advocacy organization as a communications or public relations specialist, or join a public relations and advertising agency that focuses its work with agriculture and the environment.
Communication positions are also available in local, national and international governmental agencies, in non-profit organizations and non-formal educational organizations like extension, all of which give you an opportunity to provide important information about agriculture and the environment.
The NEBRASKA difference
Nebraska is your campus when you’re a student in AESC!
You’ll take classes on both East Campus and City Campus, and explore agricultural and environmental programs and research at UNL facilities across the state. From the Gudmundsen Sandhills Laboratory and Wagonhammer Education Center to the Panhandle Research and Extension center in Scottsbluff, experience Nebraska as your classroom.
Additionally, you’ll be able to work with expert communicators in the ALEC department’s Educational Media (EdMedia) unit. These professionals work with clients each day to produce multimedia materials illustrating the world-class teaching, research and extension work produced by faculty and staff in the agricultural and environmental sciences across Nebraska.