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UNAS 3343 Cross Currents Seminar:Thinking about Intercultural Competency (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

Students entering the workforce today, no matter what profession or field of study, need to be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to successfully interact with colleagues, clients, customers and communities who are different from themselves. This seminar will help students develop their knowledge and skills through intentional exposure to relevant theoretical materials, meaningful and structured interactions with diverse groups of people, and reflection on the impact of these experiences on their own identities and their relationships with others. Experience with domestic and international diverse populations will be explored.


Instructor(s): Ines Maturana-Sendoya and Adrienne Nussbaum

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 05-Nov-14