Advanced Intercultural and Interethnic Communication
Taught by Dr. Dominique Gendrin
This course is designed to facilitate investigation and critique of key content areas of intercultural and interethnic communication. Students will gain an understanding of research/theory content and of methodologies pertinent both to the workplace and to academia. The course will cover international aspects of communication (communication differences, culture shock, etc.) and intolerance based on perceived group/culture differences. In addition to its general focus on intercultural communication, it will also look specifically at American culture and co-cultures, as well as ethnic identity and solutions to prejudice.
Pre-requisites: Prerequisite: CMST 3010 and 3020 OR instructor permission. (3)
Fulfills: upper-level communication studies course
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Course begins: Fall 2014