A study of communication and culture and how people of different cultures interrelate a variety of topics stereotyping, the deep structure of culture, retaining identity in intercultural interactions, characteristics of ethnocentrism will be covered; the perception of cultural values and the reality of the influences these values have on business, education, health care, and ethics.
This course will introduce students to rhetorical theory and the principles of argumentation and arrangement while critically assessing speeches delivered by students. By the end of the course, students will be able to develop and deliver a strong and persuasive speech on current issues using researched evidence.
This course examines the fundamental principles and theories of persuasive communication, specifically exploring how to communicate in various situations and how to effectively persuade in an ethical manner. Students will explore the relationship between information, persuasion, and the media in the digital age.
This course focuses on comprehensively developing students’ creative and design thinking that drive innovation. Students will learn both theories and practical application of the design process Through this course.
This course introduces students to the concept of ethics. Students will learn how to make decisions when dealing with ethical dilemmas in both, personal life and business situations. They will develop critical thinking by analyzing current news understanding cause-effect before making assumptions. The ideas of developing empathy and becoming open-minded are also some of the main objectives of this course. They will also be able to learn how to create a basic non-profit organization and measure the social impacts of their activities.