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Studying in Québec

COM2051: Intercultural Communication

 

Program at a Glance

Program Dates: July 9 – July 29, 2023

Program Leader

Academic Director: Lee Crocker

Considerations
Consider the following to determine if this course is right for you:

Free time/Independence: variable
Physical Demands: low to moderate
Transitions: low
Stimuli: low to moderate

This course focuses on the relationship between communication and culture. Students explore the ways in which cultural values, attitudes and assumptions are reflected in the communication process.

The semester begins with a self-analysis of the students’ own cultural identities and communication styles. Students then examine verbal and nonverbal communication patterns from a cross-cultural perspective. The students work toward refining their oral communication skills by preparing oral presentations and leading group discussions.

Program Dates

July 9 - July 29, 2023

Program Overview

Students in this program will spend the two weeks of the course on Landmark College's Putney, VT campus and will travel to Quebec City, Canada for one week of the course.


Quebec Study Abroad Program Details & FAQs

  • Students in this program will spend two weeks at our Putney, VT campus and one week in Quebec, Canada. Transportation to Quebec will be by bus or train.

    Free time/Independence: variable. While on campus, free time will be similar to any other campus course - this program takes place during the second summer session on campus. While in Quebec, the group will have many structured activities but most days will include some free time.

    Physical Demands: moderate. In Quebec, the program will include some walking around the city, standing in museums or other locations, and possibly some walking or light hiking on excursions outside the city.

    Transitions: low. The group will travel together to Quebec, and will stay in the same location in the city for the duration of the visit.

    Stimuli: low to moderate. Quebec is a small city and will therefore have pedestrian and vehicle traffic. However, the majority of the program is on campus.

  • Prerequisites

    This is a 3-credit, 2000-level course and requires the following prerequisites:

    • Good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or above)
    • WRT1011 and
    • EDU1011 or EDU1001 and
    • One 1000-level Communications course

    OR permission of the department chair

  • Academic Director: Lee Crocker, Associate Professor of Communication

    Lee Crocker is an Associate Professor of Communication at Landmark College. Lee earned her Master's in Special Education and Reading from Sage Graduate School, Bachelor's of Psychology from the University of Vermont, and C.A.G., Autism Spectrum Disorders from Antioch University New England.

    Lee's academic interests include animals and human communication and relationships, autism spectrum disorders, and social pragmatics.

    Program Director: TBD

    More information on program staff will be released soon!

    Check back on this page for details as the program draws near.

     

  • Program Cost: $6,250

    Cost of this program includes:

    • 3-credit course
    • Van transportation to the program location and all program activities
    • Field trips and housing
    • Health insurance for the duration of the program
    • Some group meals

    Student spending can vary depending on the individual. Additional costs include:

    • Most meals
    • Free time activities
    • Cell phone costs, if students plan to activate a roaming plan or purchase a local SIM card
    • Laundry
    • Souvenirs, gifts, etc.
  • Landmark College’s “Global Engagement” Scholarship offers a scholarship of up to 50% of the program fee. Scholarships are need-based and in general there are 1 – 2 available per program. Click here for the scholarship application.

Questions?

If you have any questions about this program or any other Landmark College Study Away programs, please contact Jessica Lindoerfer, Co-Director of Landmark College Online & Intersession Programs.

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