Intercultural Communications

Course Code: BUS 3505

Academic Year: 2018-2019

This course examines culture as encompassing national and cultural identity, race, ethnicity, gender, ability and indigenous knowledge. Students examine their own culture, values, beliefs, biases and identities and assess personal skills and interpersonal communications techniques needed to effectively work internationally and adapt cross-culturally. Conflict management techniques are covered. Students also explore strategies for living and working overseas, culture shock, re-entry and working with international business counterparts Category and Level: Society, Culture and Commerce, Lower Level Restrictions: All Bachelor of Commerce students are restricted from taking this course as a breadth elective