Global Cultural Competence (HCS 236-201) is an exciting new course being offered at Parkland College in the spring! It promises to be a fun course in which to learn about other cultures from around the world.
There is increasing need in the US to develop better global cultural competence so that citizens work and communicate effectively with people from around the world, especially in the workplace.
This course will feature interactive learning projects that engage students in learning about global cultures and developing effective cross-cultural communication skills for the workplace.
Course curriculum is designed for Health Professions, Criminal Justice, and Education majors but is open to all students.
The course will be taught by Michele Spading. It is a two-hour, hybrid, late-start course that meets Mondays, 3-4:50 p.m.
HCS 236-201 is part of a project sponsored by the Center for Global Studies at UIUC, through support of the U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI NRC program.