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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Leadership Studies Minor


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Leadership is a subject of vital importance.  It is a topic that cuts across time and place, as well as traditional disciplinary boundaries.  As such, leadership is extremely relevant in a broad range of contexts from local and global politics to business, ethics, and education.  This minor offers students a conceptual understanding of leadership studies that, when combined with co-curricula and experiential components, provides them with an increased awareness of their role in a world of multi-layered change.

Electives: (12 credit hours)


I. Leadership Process and Organization


(2 to 9 credit hours)

Subtotal: 12 credit hours


Internship/Service Learning (3 credit hours)


This 3-credit requirement can be fulfulled by either an internship or a service-learning experience offered through any department of the student's choosing.  The internship or service-learning activity must follow the guidelines established by the participating department and must be approved by the director of the Leadership Studies program, as well.

Total for Minor: 21 credit hours


This includes participation in leadership projects and workshops.

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