The Interdisciplinary LEADership Minor promotes college student leadership development by educating undergraduate students for and about leadership in a complex world. The goal of this minor is to prepare students to serve effectively in formal and informal leadership roles on campus and in local, national and global contexts. Faculty and students in the minor are dedicated to advancing the field of leadership studies by building upon and critically evaluating existing theoretical, research-based, and practical knowledge.
What You Will Learn
You will take classes in communication ethics, management responsibility and ethics, business ethics, medical ethics, and global ethics. You will acquire a complex set of learning outcomes across cognitive, personal development, and group/organizational domains.
Students in this minor are exposed to diverse theories and perspectives on leadership that will complement their academic interests for career and personal/public enrichment.