The East Carolina University School of Communication will begin offering a graduate certificate in health communication beginning in the summer.
The program is open to non-degree applicants with a bachelor’s degree and students currently enrolled in any graduate degree program.
The certificate requires 12 semester hours of health communication course work examining research, theory and practices of communication.
“Students earning the graduate certificate in health communication will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to analyze, evaluate and apply effective communication in health contexts,” said Laura Prividera, associate director of the School of Communication and director of the school’s graduate studies.
Students enrolled in the School of Communication master’s program with an emphasis in health communication are not eligible to earn the certificate.
For more information, please contact Prividera at email@example.com.