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COMM 4800

Intercultural Communication
Credit Hours:
3
Level:

Factors that facilitate or impede effective communication between members of different cultural groups. Considers interactions between people from different nations as well as co-cultures within the same nation. Effects of differing world-views, value systems, language varieties, nonverbal codes, and relational norms. Skills for disseminating ideas across cultures and for building intercultural competence.

Prerequisites:
COMM 3700 or permission of department

Instructors of this Course

Emeritus Faculty
Assistant Professor of Communication and Health Disparities

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