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MI 502 - 1 Intercultural Competence

This course is designed to equip individuals to become more intentional about engaging in intercultural interactions. In the ongoing quest to value "others" and their "oneness," worldview differences are explored and habits for assessing and reengineering long held values are examined. Approaches for adjusting to and working with individuals with different cultural perspectives are investigated. Since effective interaction with others requires the development of new skills, participants will explore basic elements related to effective intercultural communication both from a theoretical and practical perspective. Techniques for managing differences, resolving conflicts and applying problem solving in various contexts will be analyzed.

Instructor

Schedule
Jan 14-15, Feb 11-12, Mar 18-19; F 6:30-9:30pm, S 9:00am-4:00pm
Location
A2133
Synchronous
Semester
Winter