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Intercultural Communication (Minor)

In the Intercultural Communication minor program, you will study the theories and methods necessary to analyze communication among and between diverse communities and ethnic groups within the United States.

Course Requirements

A minor in Intercultural Communication requires students to complete six courses (24 credits).

Course Title Quarter Hours
CMN 103INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION4
CMN 104PUBLIC SPEAKING4
or CMNS 230 PERFORMANCE: COMMUNICATION, CREATIVITY AND THE BODY
Select four of the following:16
CMN 394
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP
CMN 398
STUDY ABROAD
CMNS 205
COMMUNICATION, CULTURE AND COMMUNITY
CMNS 308
TOPICS IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
CMNS 309
INTERNATIONAL/GLOBAL COMMUNICATION
CMNS 321
CULTURAL AND SYMBOLIC CRITICISM
CMNS 330
TOPICS IN PERFORMANCE
CMNS 333
CULTURES IN CONVERSATION
CMNS 334
URBAN COMMUNICATION
CMNS 337
ASIAN-AMERICAN MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS
CMNS 338
ASIAN CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION
CMNS 339
PERFORMANCE OF GENDER & SEXUALITY
CMNS 361
GENDER AND COMMUNICATION
CMNS 382
APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Students majoring in Intercultural Communication (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.

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