Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017

UDM Academic Policies Course Descriptions List of All Programs Faculty
Leadership Courses

LEAD 2000 Exploring Leadership: Yourself, Your Profession and Your CommunityCredit Hours: 3

This course/seminar will involve student discussion, exercises, role plays, structured experiences, and interactive projects as methods of learning about the theories and practices of leadership. Students will learn that leadership is a body of knowledge that can be taught and learned by anyone. "Leadership is a process of visioning, initiating, guiding, and encouraging a group to accomplish positive change."
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LEAD 4000 Leadership CapstoneCredit Hours: 3

A special course under the direction of a faculty member for students proposing special interest in research areas. Students must obtain written permission of the Director of the Leadership Minor.

Prerequisites:
LEAD 2000 (Minimum Grade of C, May not be taken concurrently) OR
PYC 2620 (Minimum Grade of C, May not be taken concurrently)

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LEAD 4950 Directed Studies in LeadershipCredit Hours: 1 TO 3

Student works independently on a field problem or a research problem in consultation with an instructor.
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