Intercultural Communication

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
376
Course Credits: 
3

Probes the influence of individuals’ backgrounds on cross-cultural experiences. The roles of ethnicity, gender, race, religion and sexual orientation are explored by examining how verbal and non-verbal messages are generated and interpreted. Practice with specific skills will empower students to become competent intercultural communicators. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing or permission of communication faculty.

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Sep
25
September 25
8:00 PM
Sunday September 25, 8:00pm
Regina Chapel
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