Describes and compares major leadership theories along with current applications and case examples. Also examines issues of ethics, power, teams and women in leadership. Each student will be involved in a service/leadership and reflection experience throughout the semester which will develop their leadership skills, and identify the student's own leadership philosophy and style.
Engages students in leadership and/or service experiences either on or off campus and meets weekly for instructor-led supervision, which comprises the presentation of selected reading topics (e.g. team building) and reflection activities (e.g. journal discussion) in a small group setting.
Offers students field experience that actively and extensively draws upon the leadership concepts, principles, and skills. The internship must include a strong writing component in which the student interprets their field experience with reference to their leadership.