Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Health Communication degree program, students will be able to:
- 1.Employ communication theories, principles, methods and technology to communicate information, influence audiences, or affect change on health related topics and issues;
- 2.Demonstrate the ability to integrate a variety of cognitive skills, including information literacy, analytical inquiry, quantitative literacy and communicative fluency;
- 3.Evaluate the roles of socio-demographics, culture, media and e-health in building, delivering and evaluating tailored health campaigns/messages to promote health and behavior change;
- 4.Demonstrate the ability to deliver, orally and in writing, clear and concise messages tailored to the characteristics of the specific audience and cultural context;
- 5.Exhibit ethical and socially responsible health communication practices and strategies.