A Mixed Methods Study of the Impact of an Undergraduate Course on the Intercultural Competency of Undergraduate Students

Start Date

5-1-2023 2:30 PM

End Date

5-1-2023 3:20 PM

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This investigation examined the intercultural competency (ICC) of undergraduate students, during Fall 2021. ICC was defined as “ability to shift cultural perspective and adapt behavior appropriately to cultural differences and commonalities.” Data suggested that undergraduates who completed “Introduction to Critical Race Theory” (CRT) scored at a higher level of ICC at the beginning of “Human Relations” (HR) than students without CRT. There were no statistically significant differences between the groups by the conclusion of the HR course.

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A Mixed Methods Study of the Impact of an Undergraduate Course on the Intercultural Competency of Undergraduate Students

This investigation examined the intercultural competency (ICC) of undergraduate students, during Fall 2021. ICC was defined as “ability to shift cultural perspective and adapt behavior appropriately to cultural differences and commonalities.” Data suggested that undergraduates who completed “Introduction to Critical Race Theory” (CRT) scored at a higher level of ICC at the beginning of “Human Relations” (HR) than students without CRT. There were no statistically significant differences between the groups by the conclusion of the HR course.