COM-335 Intercultural Communication

This course presents a theoretical and practical approach to the study of intercultural communication. The course focuses on the many elements and processes involved in the sending and receiving of messages across cultures. The aim of the course is to increase sensitivity to and understanding of intercultural differences and similarities leading to more effective communication. The course covers basic concepts, principles, and practical skills for improving communication between persons from different ethnic, racial, religious, and cultural backgrounds.

Advisory: This is an upper-level communications course. Students should have knowledge equivalent to an introductory communications course before enrolling.

Study Methods:

Guided Study (COM-335-GS):
Sep 2017,  Oct 2017,  Nov 2017,  Dec 2017
Online Courses (COM-335-OL):
Sep 2017,  Oct 2017,  Nov 2017,  Dec 2017,  Jan 2018,  Feb 2018,  Mar 2018

Semester Hours: 3

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