Communication for Health Care Contexts

General

Program Title

Communication for Health Care Contexts

Degree Designation

CERT

Award Type

Certificates

Program Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus

Program Description

This certificate provides students in the health services industries with competency and comprehension of health communication theories and practices related to patient/provider, social support, health care liaison and other interaction processes.

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

College of Liberal Arts

Status

Active

Requirements

Credits: 15

Program Requirements

15 Credits: CMST 220, CMST 229, CMST 460, CMST 461 and either CMST 330 or CMST 339

Electives

Admission To Teacher Education: 0

Upper Division Writing Met

CMST Certificate Assessment PLan

Admissions Requirements

    Notes

    See program website for additional information.

    Learning Outcomes

    Outcome

    Demonstrate comprehension and proficiency in communication practices and theories regarding human interaction processes.

    Outcome

    Demonstrate comprehension and proficiency in communication practices within diverse public and private arenas, including race, ethnicity, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.

    Outcome

    Demonstrate comprehension and proficiency in current and future issues in health communication practices and challenges regarding ethics, globalization, health crises, health promotion campaign design and implementation, mediation and technology (telemedicine, e-health, m-health).

    Degree Maps

    Major Code

    8227

    Program Code

    343082217