2021-2022 Graduate Catalog

COMM 630 Health Communication

Examines theories, research, and applications of symbolic processes by which people individually and collectively understand, share ideas about, and experience health and illness. Overviews significant concepts and issues in health communication scholarship with particular attention to communication processes and communicative implications of health beliefs, practices, policies, and organizations. 

Prerequisite: COMM 601 or permission of the director of graduate studies or department chairperson.