The Leadership Minor provides students with the opportunity to combine campus and community services with leadership studies in order to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for assuming leadership positions in our increasingly interconnected world. The minor has three phases: Introduction, Theory, and Application.
A graduate with a leadership minor will:
- Understand traditional and emergent leadership theories
- Apply leadership theory to practice
- Develop, implement, and assess plans for continually improving their leadership skills and abilities
|Introductory Course - Select One|
or LEAD 200
|Introduction to Leadership|
|Theoretical Courses (Select four electives, three must be 300 level or higher, two must be outside students' major area of study) 1||12|
|Arts and Culture Leadership|
|Athletic Training Management|
|Managing Workplace Diversity|
|Special Topics in Business Administration ( as appropriate)|
|Reacting to the Past|
|Topics in Culture and Society (as appropriate)|
|Fundamentals of Coaching|
|American Political Institutions|
|Topics in United States Political Science (as appropriate)|
|Topics in Global Political Science (as appropriate)|
|Application Course - Select one 2||3|
|Community Engagement in Arts & Culture|
or BADM 440H
|Honors: Advanced Leadership|
|Capstone Seminar: ( Service Leadership)|
|Leadership Internship 3|
|Special Topics in Psychology (as appropriate)|
Note: With the approval of the Leadership Minor Coordinator, students may obtain elective credit for taking other classes, provided they relate to leadership studies.
Note: With the approval of the Leadership Minor Coordinator, students may obtain Application Course Credit for a 400-level course, provided it has a significant leadership component.
Note: Students may use an internship in another department in place of LEAD 540 provided that they can demonstrate to the Leadership Minor Coordinator that their on-site work and educational experiential objectives contain a significant leadership component. Students may take any combination of 1-3 credit internships and practica to add to a total of 3 credits. Students may take no more than one internship or practicum per semester.