Master of Science in Health Communication
The Master of Science in Health Communication curriculum is designed to integrate key topics, practices, and technologies from diverse fields—the compilation of which is a uniquely professional academic experience that produces graduates prepared to make significant real-world contributions to personal and public health concerns through communication.
Within the program, students will actively engage in discussion, assignments, and research utilizing skills and knowledge from the fields of public relations, marketing, law, and technology to effectively emerge as a well-rounded professional Health Communicator. This unique multi-disciplinary format offer significant benefits to the participating student which includes access to world class faculty, talented peers, industry experts, and groundbreaking educational content that form an enriching online learning community and experience.
In all, this online program consists of 40 total credit hours and is comprised in part from courses within the distinguished Boston University College of Communication.