The health industry is growing and has significant opportunities for research and jobs both within New Zealand and around the world. There is a need, and niche, for health communication specialists.
If you wish to take a specialisation in Health Communication, you will need to pass 60 points in papers above 100-level, which includes:
- MCOM238 Communication, Health and Wellbeing
You will also need to take two of the papers below:
- MCOM336/431 Negotiation and Persuasion
- MCOM340 Communicating Social Change
- SPLS311 Healthy Communities, Healthy Lifestyles
Study Health Communication in these qualifications
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