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Master of Science in Health Communication

The Master of Science in Health Communication is a one-year program that prepares graduates to design, produce, analyze and evaluate effective campaigns, policies, protocols and media products in order to improve health and healthcare outcomes.

We empower students with the knowledge we have from the communications arts and sciences to identify and solve communications-related healthcare problems. By addressing these problems, we can improve the health of the public and make care less expensive, safer and more humane.”

Bruce Lambert, PhD
Director, MS in Health Communication

Bruce Lambert, PhD

Overview

Housed within the Center for Communications and Health, this program equips students with the tools they need to design, produce, analyze and evaluate effective policies, protocols, media products and content distribution channels/networks for individuals, organizations and agencies charged with improving health and healthcare outcomes.

Program Length: 11 months

Program Size: 45-65 students per year

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Eligibility and Program Requirements

For all admissions eligibility and requirements information related to the Master of Science in Health Communications, please visit the Application Process page of the program's website.