Minor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation - Intercultural Communication ASSC 3150   Intercultural Communication
In this highly interactive course, students will study and apply key concepts of intercultural communication with the goal of developing an empathic understanding of other cultures and an ability to communicate effectively across cultures. Topics include: Awareness of one’s own culture (values, norms) and of variations within it; verbal and nonverbal elements of communication, hierarchy ("power distance"), collectivism vs individualism, direct/indirect communication styles, conflict management styles. This course is required for students completing the Certificate in Intercultural Communication.
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PREREQUISITES: Open to undergraduate students with at least 45 credit hours, or to any graduate student