For Prospective Students

Interested in a career that combines science, agriculture, the environment, food, natural resources and medical and agricultural biotechnology? A degree in science and agricultural journalism from CAFNR is the first step.

When you major in science and agricultural journalism, you gain access to the strengths of two nationally renowned programs: the MU School of Journalism and the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR).

You will have the opportunity to work on CAFNR Cornerpost, an online publication run solely by CAFNR students.

Computer Requirements

The School of Journalism requires undergraduate students to have wireless laptop computers.


Find out more about housing, and the opportunity for students to live and study together in Sponsored Learning Communities and Freshman Interest Groups (FIGS).

Financial Assistance

CAFNR offers you one of the strongest scholarship programs at MU. Each year, CAFNR awards more than $900,000 in scholarships; more than half of which is awarded to incoming freshmen.