College of Human Development, Culture, and Media

Intercultural Communication

Leaders today are expected to be effective multiculturalists given demographic and globalization trends.  This certificate empowers students to work with confidence across cultures by expanding skillsets, strategies, and capabilities through discussion of both theoretical concepts and applied techniques.


  • COMM 8001 Multiculturalism and Leadership: Communication Perspectives
  • COMM 7420 Cross Cultural Communication
  • COPR 6002 Global Perspectives
  • COTC 8110 Seminar in Communication Technologies and Ethics

Admissions Requirements

To be considered for admission, applicants are required to submit the following materials:

International applicants are welcome.  Please review additional details for supplemental requirements. 


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Ruth Tsuria
Assistant Professor of Communication
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Renee Robinson
Professor of Communication
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Madison Krall
Assistant Professor of Communication
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A dynamic community comprised of scholars, theorists, critics, and professionals, Graduate Studies within the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media provides students with dynamic and immersive learning experiences blending theory and practical components that permit students to recognize, test, and translate course material into academic, professional, and workplace settings.

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