Description
Cultural Competency and the Medical Setting
An orientation to some of the factors that influence people to speak, act, negotiate and make decisions. The objective is to modify personal assumptions and habits that impede success in the workplace, at whatever level of employment, whether domestic or international. Students will learn how styles of thinking, value systems and political/social realities affect relationships. Special consideration will be given to international communication, negotiations, marketing and host international visitors. Class is taught in English.
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
2
Offering
Course
LANG INT 31538303
Academic Group
Technical Diploma
Academic Organization
Health Related Professions
Enrollment Requirements
Must be accepted into the Languat Interpreter Program. Must be concurrently enrolled in all other second semester Lang Int. courses. Prereqs: all first semester Lang Int. courses