Explore the Program
Science is more than data, and sharing it requires more than reciting information
Scientific discoveries mean nothing if they are not shared. Effective communication
requires trust, mutual understanding, and dynamic two-way connections in which audience
members help build meaning and find ways to engage with new or complex information.
With that strong foundation and interpersonal connection, science can:
- Inform public policy
- Support individual and community health and well-being
- Inspire others to investigate and discover
Hear from a Current Student
The Advanced Graduate Certificate in Communicating Science complements ongoing graduate-degree
work, or can be completed as a stand-alone credential.
The 12-credit program can be completed in as little as one year.
Most of the program may be completed remotely. Students must come to campus to participate
in the program's required courses - either JRN 565 (3 credits) or JRN 501, 503, and
513 (1 credit each).
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JRN 565: Communicating your Science
JRN 501: Foundations of Science Communication I
JRN 503: Foundations of Science Communication II
JRN 513: Science of Science Communication
JRN 522: Communicating Science to Decision Makers
JRN 525: Health, Environment, Science and Technology Reporting
JRN 528: Engaging with Journalists
JRN 534: Communicating your Science using Digital Media
JRN 599: Project Work in Science Communication