Health Communication

The Health Communication concentration is one of three concentrations available in the Applied Communication major.  See the major page for more information.

Requirements for the Major in Applied Communication with a concentration in Health Communication

36 s.h. –

Required Core Courses (12 s.h.) – AT 2200 or SOC 2200 or PSY 2500 or BUS 2160; OCL 3540, 4700, and 4900

Major Electives (select 12 s.h.) – COM 1050 or 2800; OCL 2710, 3400, 3600, 3700, 3750, 3900; LSS 3000, 3400

Concentration Electives (select 12 s.h.) – ATP 1200, 1590, 2200, 2300; ENG 3200 or WRI 3200 –OR– ENG 3210 or WRI 3210; HCA 2000, 2300, 3300, 3400, 4700; INF 3010; PHI 3400; PSY 3360; SOC 3050 or SWK 3050 or GRN 3050; SOC 3010 or SWK 3010 or GRN 3010 or PSY 3010; SOC 3320 or JUS 3320 or SWK 3320; SOC 3450 or SWK 3450 or GRN 3450; SOC 3880, SOC 3920; SWK 3800 or GRN 3800; PXS 3000.

Requirements for the Minor in Applied Communication with a concentration in Health Communication

18 s.h. – 9 s.h. of which must have an OCL prefix.

Program Faculty & Staff

John Edwards, Associate Professor of Applied Communication

Dr. John W. Edwards II

Associate Professor of Applied Communication
(910) 630-7409
Brenda Mitchell, Instructor of Applied Communication & Debate/Forensics Coach

Brenda Mitchell

Instructor of Applied Communication
(910) 630-7653
Bill Watt, Professor of Speech and Chair, Department of Applied Communication

Dr. Bill Watt

Chair, Applied Communication
(910) 630-7191
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