MGMT 3039: Intercultural Business Communication

3 CreditsGlobal Perspectives

This course teaches students how to create culturally aware messages in business settings. Students will learn to recognize the cultural dimensions and communication patterns of various social identities that form at the intersection of nationality, religion, race, ethnicity, and gender. Through intercultural development assessments, case studies, simulations, business writing assignments, and discussions, students will: 1) reflect on their own cultural identities and worldview, 2) recognize how different cultural values can impact business success, and 3) engage in debates about the complex ethical, political, and social issues that arise from cross-cultural exchange.

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