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  » CUL- 101   » Introduction to Multicultural Studies   » 45 clock hours
Given the dynamics of population change, migration, global markets and multinational organizations, this course will introduce you to the importance of inter-cultural understanding & communication skills. Focus on defining the variables of cultures and how each shape our perceptions of the world & people.


  » CUL- 103   » Multicultural Public Relations   » 45 clock hours
Students in this course learn about various ethno-cultural-religious groups and how to deal with these groups in a way which is culturally acceptable.


  » CUL- 107   » History of Multiculturalism in America   » 45 clock hours
Multiculturalism began in the United States with the arrival of individuals & groups from Ireland and many other parts of Europe, e.g. France, Germany, Spain, Holland & Scandinavian countries, followed by African slaves who belonged to different tribes in West Africa. This course delves into the cultural & linguistic differences and how the ‘Melting Pot’ theory handled multiculturalism and why and how it ended with the arrival of new immigrants.


  » CUL- 108   » Multicultural Adoptions   » 45 clock hours
The course in international adoptions takes you through the fundamental and initial social, cultural and legal implications, but the most difficult part of global adoption is trying to cope with the adjustment, expectations, role-model and social & cultural issues which arise decade after one has adopted.


  » CUL- 109   » Multicultural Relations   » 45 clock hours
The world has become a global village and Multicultural Relations are becoming much more common and acceptable. This course delves into the intricacies of intimate relationship, understanding, cultural, religious & social behavior, family expectation and long-term survival, including how it affects the children of mixed marriages.


  » CUL- 110   » Racial & Cultural Identity in America   » 45 clock hours
This course explore the various research & methodologies of identifying or classifying diversity and how different racial and cultural groups are recognized.


  » CUL- 150   » Methods of Intercultural Training   » 45 clock hours
The students in this program are exposed to various ways, means and methodologies to learn about the ethno-cultural groups.


  » CUL-160   » Intercultural Competence   » 45 clock hours
A person who is interculturally competent captures and understands, in interaction with people from foreign cultures, their specific concepts in perception, thinking, feeling and acting. Earlier experiences are considered, free from prejudices; there is an interest and motivation to continue learning.


  » CUL- 170   » Fundamentals of Intercultural Coaching   » 45 clock hours
Interaction with people from different cultures is now an everyday occurrence. Individuals, Corporations and Public Organizations now operate on a global scale. This course deals with the challenges of working and doing business with multicultural groups.


  » CUL-190   » Multicultural Etiquettes   » 45 clock hours
The goal of this course is to familiarize student with the rules of communicating with various ethno-cultural groups, including how and why they act or behave the way they do or feel the way they do.


  » CUL- 200   » Dos & Don’t Around the World   » 45 clock hours
The lack of cultural awareness preparation has many levels of impact - from an embarrassing moment to a breakdown in inter-company communication to a lost deal or accord. The price of inadequate cultural awareness is easily avoided by attending this program.


  » CUL-201   » Intercultural Communications   » 45 clock hours
Prerequisite: CCT 101
Designed to enhance the skills required to improve the intercultural communication, self-confidence, active listening, non-verbal communication, stereotyping, emotional expression, power, gender and identity.


  » CUL-222   » Sexuality, Gender & Culture   » 45 clock hours
In this course students explore various theories of human sexuality, not only as being males & females or the capacity they have for erotic experiences, responses and/or sexual attraction but also from the cultural, political, legal and philosophical aspects, involving morality, ethics, theology, and spirituality.


  » CUL-225   » Intercultural Career Planning   » 45 clock hours
Students in this program learn about the new careers being developed in diversity, cultural competency, and multiculturalism, due to our changing demography, immigration from non-traditional areas and increasingly global economy


  » CUL-230   » Introduction to Cultures of Africa   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-231   » Introduction to Cultures of Asia   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-232   » Introduction to Cultures of the Caribbean   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-233   » Introduction to Cultures of Europe   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-234   » Introduction to Cultures of Latin America   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-235   » Introduction to Cultures of the Middle East   » 45 clock hours
This series of cultural seminars focuses on the countries within the region, different cultures, languages, foods, religions and politics, which often plays an important role.


  » CUL-240   » Teaching Intercultural Effectiveness   » 45 clock hours



  » CCS 245   » Cross Cultural Training for Teachers   » 45 clock hours
Designed for teachers of elementary & secondary schools, this course covers the dynamics of handling a diversified student group.The course defines the variables of cultures and how each shapes our perception of the world and people. Other components include intercultural communication skills, overcoming the language barriers, stereotyping, emotional express, non-verbal communication and how to discipline a diverse class.


  » CUL-250   » Independent Study in Multiculturalism   » 45 clock hours
Students need to suggest a program of their personal interest to conduct an independent study within the field of multiculturalism, and seek approval and guidance from the school, before embarking on this program.


  » CUL-290   » Research in Multiculturalism   » 45 clock hours
Under the guidance of a faculty member, the student conducts an investigation of a topic within the context of multicultural studies. Initially a written proposal and ultimately a final report is required for the approval.

 
 
 
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