The 15-credit Leadership Studies Minor will be awarded to College of Arts & Sciences students upon completion of the following with a grade of ‘C’ or higher:

  • Introduction to Leadership Studies / 50:600:201 (3cr.). This interdisciplinary course provides an introduction to theories and philosophies of leadership, ethics, vision, conflict management, and other related topics. The course will fulfill general education requirements for Engaged Civic Learning with a cross-cut in morals and ethics.
  • Organizational Behavior / 52:620:303 (3cr.) – School of Business course for CCAS students
  • Professional Writing / 50:989:200 (3cr.) Fulfills ‘W’ requirement for Gen Ed. OR Public Speaking / 50:950:281 (3cr.)

AND Two Leadership Studies-approved, 300-400-level courses (6 cr.), such as: 

Economics

  • Economics of Leadership 50:220:366

English

  • Writing for the Nonprofit Sector 50:989:313
  • Designing Publications for the Web 50:989:316

History

  • Colonial America 50:512:300
  • The American Revolution 50:512:305
  • The Early American Republic 50:512:315
  • The Civil War and Reconstruction Era 50:512:320
  • Command History 50:512:365
  • Public History Practice 50:509:300

Latin American Studies

  • Latin American Leadership Through Literature and Film 50:590:291

Philosophy

  • Ethics 50:730:226
  • Biomedical Ethics 50:730:249
  • Political Philosophy 50:730:342
  • Social Philosophy 50:730:343

Political Science

  • The American Presidency 50:790:407

Social Work

  • Professional Development Seminar 50:910:332

Urban Studies

  • Community Development 50:975:400
  • Urban Practicum I and II (may change this name soon) 50:975:421-422
  • Community Leadership Training 50:975:451
  • Nonprofit Organization and Management 50:975:480