CMU 150 - SOC150
Multicultural Communication
This course introduces students to the dynamics of cultural difference in the United States. Students learn the histories of various U.S. cultures; examine race, class, and gender. Moreover, students will explore and discuss the inequalities surrounding our notions of race, class and gender. Students will encounter opportunities to deepen their abilities to see the world from diverse points of view and to evaluate how cultures develop and change. By exploring the role of culture and its influence on cross cultural communications, they will be able to communicate effectively within and between cultures in all areas of their lives. Note: Students may earn credit for CMU 150 or SOC 150 and must make their choice at the time of registration.
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