College of Communication > Academics > Communication and Media > Graduate Program > Communication and Media (MA) > Multicultural Communication Concentration
The Multicultural Communication concentration focuses on the dynamics of communication across cultures. It explores not only what happens when people of two different cultures meet, but also what happens when people from a variety of cultures and ethnicities come together in one organization, community or country.
This concentration will be of interest to those who work with international and multiethnic corporations and to public service personnel serving individuals from a variety of backgrounds and cultural traditions.
The Multicultural Communication concentration requires 5 courses (20 credit hours).
Students must take one core Multicultural Communication course (4 credit hours).
Students completing the Multicultural Communication concentration must take 4 Multicultural Communication electives (16 credit hours). These 4 courses apply toward the 9 total Communication and Media electives required for the Communication and Media degree. Topics courses can be taken multiple times for credit as long as the specific topic differs each time.
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