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INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

SIS-633
Selected Topics in International Communication (1-3)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Introduction to a specific technique or approach currently used in the international communication/cross-cultural communication field, focusing on intercultural training, multicultural negotiation, intercultural leadership, or another similar area. Usually offered every term. May be taken pass/fail only.

SIS-633
001
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
FALL 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in International Communication (1-3)

Designing Intercultural Training Programs

This hands-on course focuses on the design of intercultural programs to enhance and develop intercultural understanding, communication, and competence. Students develop and critique training program materials and curricula for practical application in such settings as schools, business, government, non-profits, and in international contexts. Emphasis is placed on programs for multicultural as well as substantially mono-cultural contexts. In addition to interpersonal and intercultural skills, and the development of training materials, the course briefly touches on evaluation as integral components of effective program design.

SIS-633
001
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
SPRING 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics in International Communication (1-3)

Developing Budget Models for International Programs

This course presents a number of different funding models and provides students with the skills needed to construct a viable financial plan for developing an international program initiative. It includes how to construct financial models in support of an international educational initiative, how to build a budget model for an exchange program, dual/joint degree program, or study abroad models and leverage existing institutional resources in support of the initiative.