The Organizational Leadership minor is an interdisciplinary program of study designed to challenge students to critically analyze their own values and beliefs in order to acquire and enhance their skills in the areas of self-awareness and personal leadership, vision, execution, adaptability, social inﬂuence, and developing others. This minor assists students in developing skills necessary to act as knowledgeable, ethical, and caring leaders in a diverse world.
Approval and planning a course of study with an advisor and the program director in Political Science is required.
Requirements for an Interdisciplinary Minor in Organizational Leadership
A minimum of 15 semester credits is required. Select nine semester credits from the following requiredcourses: ORGL 104; PSCI/ORGL 401 or MGMT 325 and PHIL 207 or PHIL 305 or THEO 219. Three credits from the following courses: COMM 327; MGMT 332; SOC 280 or MGMT 336. Three credits from the following electives: COMM 203, 306; ENGL 220, 223, 315; MGMT 310, 320,337, 338; ORGL 201, 199/299/399; PHIL 210; PSCI 320,322, 370; PSYC 314; SOC 225, 240; THEO 250, 362; WMST201.