Top Health Communication Bachelors degree Programs - 2023

A program that focuses on how people, individually and collectively, understand and accommodate to health and illness and the role of communication and media in shaping professional health care messages and public acceptance of these messages. Includes instruction in the development and use of health-related and care-related messages and media; the goals and strategies of health care promotion; relationships, roles, situations, and social structures in the context of health maintenance and promotion; and applications to disease prevention, health advocacy, and communications concerning treatments.

While Health Communication has degrees up to the Post masters certificate, the majority of students study towards a Bachelors degree. Students study Health Communication all over the country, though the major at the Bachelors degree level sees the most graduates in California. The average starting salary for an undergraduate degree in Health Communication is $41,400.

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Top Colleges for Health Communication

San Diego State University is a top choice for students who want to study Health Communication. Students can study up to a Post masters certificate at the school. San Diego State University awards around 52 Bachelors degrees to students majoring in Health Communication each year. However, Grand Valley State University and Cedar Crest College are also options to consider. Take a look at the college options in the table below.

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