About the courseThis program explores practices, trends and difficulties that arise when people from different cultural backgrounds attempt to communicate and understand one another. The intercultural communication and diversity track also examines current theory and research on communication and culture, race, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability and other diversity issues.Within the intercultural communication and diversity track, the primary areas of study include Communication and cultureDiversity in the workplaceGender and interpersonal communicationNonverbal communication and listeningPublic speakingSocial movements
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AboutMissouri State University is a public university system with students who come from all over Missouri, the nation and the world.
Missouri State University is located in Missouri, United States. It had many former names like the Fourth District Normal School. It is a public institute and was established in 1905. There are 1,214 academic staffing with 1,350 administrative staff hired by the university. There are 26,001 students in total, out of which 20,681 are undergraduates and 3,709 are postgraduates. It is the second-largest campus of the university by enrolment as the official system registration of 26,001 in the fall semester of 2019 of the state.
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Missouri State University-West Plains is a public, two-year, open admission, separately accredited campus of the Missouri State University System. A full college experience with quality instruction in a relaxed, personal atmosphere is the hallmark of Missouri State-West Plains. Theres a great selection of University housing for students and a wide assortment of student activities, including intercollegiate athletics. Financial aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and the A-Plus state scholarship for eligible students. At Missouri State-West Plains, youll find New Beginnings and Endless Possibilities!
Springfield Campus - Missouri State University
901 S. National Ave, Springfield, MO 65897Open in maps See all courses at this campus
The Missouri State University-Springfield campus offers a spectrum of educational programs that respond to regional and statewide needs while striving for national and international excellence. Missouri State is an intellectual and creative resource for the Springfield metropolitan area, contributing to its economic development, social health, and cultural vitality through education, research, and professional outreach.