LEAD 1003: Introduction to Leadership
This is an introduction course on leadership, where students will gain an understanding in the concepts, theories, and best practices regarding effective leadership. In addition, students will focus on understanding self and personal leadership.
LEAD 2003: Ethics in Leadership
This course is an examination of ethics in leadership. Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills to identify and remedy ethical issues found in a variety of leadership situations. This includes understanding right and wrong, good versus evil, and how these decisions impact their personal leadership as well as those around them.
LEAD 3003: Leading Teams
This is a course on leadership development and team building, where students will gain an understanding in the concepts, theories, and best practices regarding effective leadership.
LEAD 4003: Leadership Internship/Capstone Seminar
A seminar designed to assist students with integrating the formal leadership theories, concepts, and skills into practical application. The course will serve as the capstone seminar for those students pursuing a leadership studies minor.
LEAD 4103: Special Problems in Leadership
Selected contemporary issues, topics, or challenges in leadership will be presented in depth. The course will examine trends, developments, and challenges facing leaders.