The interdisciplinary minor in leadership prepares students for transformative leadership in campus, local, national, and global contexts. Interdisciplinary and integrative classes examine leadership from multiple perspectives and disciplines, offering an understanding of socially-responsible leadership with an emphasis on community action. Through the required coursework and experiential learning, students critically examine diverse theories, research, and perspectives on leadership and are encouraged to explore topics such as social change and globalization, creative conflict resolution, the nature of power, oppression and influence, innovation, and systemic leadership. Civic engagement and multicultural competence are viewed as necessary requirements for leadership. The Leadership Minor is open to students in all academic programs, schools, and majors.
The minor in leadership may be pursued concurrently with any undergraduate major.
For policies governing all minors, see the Undergraduate Policies section of the University Catalog.
Students pursuing this minor must complete a minimum of 15 credits of coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.00. Eight credits of course work must be unique to the minor.
INTS 204 - Leadership Theory and Practice Credits: 3
Other courses may be applied to this requirement with prior written approval of the director.
AVT 309 - Art as Social Action Credits: 3
INTS 346 - Art as Social Action Credits: 4
AVT 370 - Entrepreneurship in the Arts Credits: 3
EDUC 303 - Politics of American Education Credits: 3
FNAN 401 - Advanced Financial Management Credits: 3
GOVT 430 - Comparative Political Leadership Credits: 3
IT 304 - IT in the Global Economy Credits: 3
MIS 435 - Knowledge Management Credits: 3
MKTG 471 - Marketing Management Credits: 3
MLSC 300 - Applied Leadership I Credits: 1
MLSC 400 - Leadership and Management Credits: 3
MLSC 402 - Leadership and Ethics Credits: 3
MBUS 306 - Managing Projects and Operations Credits: 3
PRLS 316 - Leadership and Outdoor Education Credits: 3
PSYC 231 - Social Psychology Credits: 3
TOUR 330 - Resort Management Credits: 3
Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years. See the University Catalog archives.