The minor in Leadership Studies is a partnership between the School of Education and the Academy for Leader Development. Students must complete 18 hours of study including 9 hours of upper-level courses. This minor helps students prepare for leadership in their chosen vocation while engaging in the theoretical and practical knowledge of the field.
Students will learn to apply a variety of leadership theories to actual leadership practice and experience, examine intrapersonal leadership abilities and capacity for growth, create interpersonal relationship across diverse circumstances and settings, consider how faith influences vocational decisions and application of leadership theories, and evaluate the systematic structures that support or impede social justice in societies.
Courses a student might take include:
- Leadership for Social Change
- Principled Leadership
- Peer Leadership for Student Development
- World Food Problems
- Social Policy
For more information, contact the Academy for Leader Development at email@example.com.