Leadership Studies, University Interdisciplinary Programs
The Leadership Minor provides an opportunity to learn about leadership theories, research, and perspectives to help students develop competencies to benefit their lives and the lives of others. Students will have the opportunity to practice skills associated with leadership, reflect on their strengths and goals, and how they can build leadership capacity. As leadership is a journey and not a task, students will also explore how to develop as leaders beyond the classroom and over one’s lifetime.
Why Consider a Leadership Studies Minor?
The Leadership Studies Minor provides a focused course of study and reflective practice in leadership that enables students to combine formal learning of leadership foundations and leadership skills. The minor enables students to develop knowledge, skills and experience in leadership that are transferable to a wide range of civic and career settings.
Minoring in Leadership Studies is helpful to students across all majors and career choices. This program and the variety of courses available in it help students understand the professional and community needs for leadership.
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
Dependent upon completion of LDST 101 with a grade of B- or greater and completion of the Leadership Minor plan of study form.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s minor courses, and supporting courses for the minor with the exception of LDST 101 which has a requirement of a grade of B- or better.