Minor in LeadershipOffered face-to-face on the Parkville campus and online.
The leadership minor will develop students who communicate effectively, are creative, and have the interpersonal and organizational skills to excel in the complex organizations of a global society. The goals of the leadership minor program are as follows:
- To assist students in the development of skills needed to lead and communicate effectively in a global society.
- To provide a historical overview of leadership perspectives and theory development while discovering the importance of leadership studies.
- To provide a forum for student self-assessment of their leadership knowledge, skills and practice.
- To explore the influence that personal values have in the leadership process and to develop a framework for ethical conduct.
|Curriculum (2013-2014 Catalog)||Hours|
|CA||233||Introduction to Leadership||3|
|CA||490||Professional Learning Experience, Section F: Leadership||3|
|CA||492||Capstone: Organizational Leadership||3
|Electives* (Choose two of the following, not from the same discipline.)||6|
||Case Studies in Communication Leadership||3|
|HR||310||Leadership and Team Building||3|
|PA||333||Public Management and Leadership||3|
|PC||321||Interpersonal Conflict Resolution||3|
|*Other courses might be allowed as electives with approval from the advisor and department.||3|