The 18-credit undergraduate Leadership Minor is an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional program that allows students to explore and experience multiple frameworks of leadership. The minor prepares students for real-life leadership experiences, both on campus and in larger global communities. By completing the minor, students will acquire skills and abilities to serve as competent leaders as they transition to life after graduation.
Students take a core of coursework specifically focused on leadership theory and practice. In addition, students choose courses from two key leadership elements, communication and ethics. Finally, students complete a semester long self-directed or self-guided leadership project in LEAD 496: Leadership in Action.
Check out course descriptions and program requirements for the Leadership Minor in the Online Catalog.
To learn more about the LEAD minor, contact Ms. Kim Gustafson, program leader.