Graduate and Professional Programs
The study of human behavior and the development of new technologies, leading to a solid foundation for developing innovative technologies and understanding their everyday use.
Acquisition of the native language and communicative competencies are shaped not only by our biology, but also by cultural forces. Students will study the interplay between these forces.
Principles of health communication will be applied and examined in the context of their impact on patient safety, individual and population health outcomes, and organizational workflow in healthcare systems.
Students will investigate the histories and contemporary conditions of media and creative markets and explore how power, capital, value, labor and regulation affect culture.
The Strategic and Organizational Communication Module will encourage students to understand how organizations can use technology to catalyze constructive, innovative, and mission-driven practices.