This certificate examines the dynamics of intercultural relationships and systems.
The goal of the program is to illustrate how individuals operate within a cultural
network and can become effective communicators. Intercultural communication also examines
current theory and research on communication and culture, race, age, sexual orientation,
gender, ethnicity, disability, and other diversity issues.
Program requirements (12 hours)
- COM 260(3), 360(3).
- Six hours from: COM 307(3), 368(3), 390(3), 407(3), 412(3), 468(3), 469(3).
- All candidates must satisfy the General University Certificate Requirements.
Attain a GPA of 3.00 or higher for all courses used to fulfill the certificate requirements.