CMST 330 Intercultural Communication for the Professional • 5 Cr.
Examines how a professional practitioner may positively engage in oral communication with a culturally dissimilar client or person in a variety of contexts. Students practice intercultural communication strategies and skills. Prerequisite: Acceptance to the program or permission of instructor.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the program or permission of instructor.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
To mindfully communicate with the culturally dissimilar other in a professional, work, and social environment.
To be able to orally present findings to the class from an academically rigorous naturalistic cases study.
To be able to apply intercultural communication concepts in a movie analysis presentation to the class.
To practice in an improvisation intercultural communication scenario, and to be able to analysze and discuss the issues presented in the improvisation scenario.
To write email learning journals and critically summarize major intercultural communication concepts, support the summary points with specific examples and reflect and report of their own learning on the chapter assignments from the textbook.
To demonstrate collaboration skills by effectively working on small group projects and orally present the group's prject report to the class.
To demonstrate mindful interpesonal intercultural oral communication in classroom exercises
- Winter 2015 (current quarter)