- Higher Education
This course is structured to facilitate the observation, recognition, and assessment of facts and overall patterns of the contexts for the behavior and actions of individuals, families, and communities within and across cultures in order to promote appreciation, respect for differences, and effective communication. This course will also explore the role of ethics and ethical behavior when depicted against cultural and or spiritual beliefs. Prerequisite: 301 or concurrent.
Through Viterbo University/Intercultural Competence and Ethics In Interpreting (INTP 444)/3.0 credits
Length: College Semester
Grade Level: 11, 12
Prerequisites: Successful or concurrent enrollment in Interpreting Principles (INTP 301) through Viterbo
Cum Laude Points: 1.0
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