This course is a continuation to INS 111 to the principle and assumptions of effective communication and their relationship to culture. The purpose of this course is to show the integration of culture, communication, the Bible and the student's careers.

The course is structured in such a way that will encourage you to sharpen your critical thinking skills as you communicate with others. It is a learner centered course that comprises of interactive classroom learning experiences. Lectures usually will complement not duplicate reading assignments. You are encouraged to study assigned readings prior to each lesson to enable you participate capably in class. Your ideas, actions, and reactions are important, but your opinions are only as strong as the evidence you offer to support those beliefs. This is certainly true for written assignments in this class, where authoritative support is needed to reinforce your opinion.