Health Communication, Health Care, Professional Communication

The Master of Arts in Professional Communication (MAPC) program at the University of San Francisco offers three concentrations in either Strategic, Technical, or Health Communication. The health concentration helps students learn how to create health awareness campaigns, improve patient relationships, work with regulations, and explain health care policy. Students in this program might want to work in PR at a hospital or in strategic communication for healthcare organizations. Watch the video below to see if Health Communication is right for you.

2 thoughts on “Health Communication Equips Students with the Skills to Help Diverse Audiences

  1. The Community Guide defines health communication as “the study and use of communication strategies to inform and influence individual and community decisions that improve health.” This includes taking into account target populations’ health literacy, internet access, media exposure, and cultural competency. do my online class

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