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Organizational Leadership 713
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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Organizational Leadership 713 Minor Requirements  

Minor Requirements


The minor in organizational leadership consists of 20 credits (9 of which must be at the 300 level or above) divided into three foundation courses, three theory courses, and two applications courses. Students must earn a grade of C or better in all required courses to receive credit.

Prerequisites
Students must complete 01:713:202 Introduction to Organizational Leadership with a grade of C or better before they can declare organizational leadership as a minor. Students with 90 credits or more may not enroll in 01:713:202 Introduction to Organizational Leadership.

Required Courses
  • 01:730:101 Logic, Reason, and Persuasion (3) or 01:730:201 Introduction to Logic (3) or 01:730:202 Introduction to Logic (4) or 01:730:109 Introduction to Formal Reasoning and Decision Making (4)
  • 01:713:202 Introduction to Organizational Leadership (3)
  • 01:713:303 Intermediate Organizational Applications (2) (prerequisite 01:713:202)
  • 01:713:404 Advanced Organizational Applications (3) (prerequisite 01:713:303)
  • One course from Leadership Theory I
  • One course from Leadership Theory II
  • One course from Leadership Theory III

Leadership Theory I: Formulating an Ethically Responsible Vision

All students must select one 3-credit course from the list below:

01:730:105 Current Moral and Social Issues (3)
01:730:106 Current Moral and Social Issues (4)
01:730:107 Introduction to Ethics (3)
01:730:108 Introduction to Ethics (4)
01:730:249 Bioethics (3)
01:730:250 Environmental Ethics (3)
01:730:251 Ethics and Business (3)
01:730:330 Ethics of War and Conflict (3)
01:730:441 Ethical Theory (3)
01:840:221 Ethical Issues, Religious Responses (3)


Leadership Theory II: Understanding Organizational Change

All students must select one 3-credit course from the list below:

01:070:204 Introduction to Social Evolution (3)
01:450:363 Geography of Development (3)
01:713:308 Leadership in a Diverse Workplace (3)
01:790:305 Public Policy Formation (3)
01:790:312 Change in Latin America (3)
01:790:333 Race, Ethnicity, and Politics (3)
01:790:342 Public Administration: Policymaking (3)
01:790:355 Women and Public Policy (3)
01:790:363 Conflict Resolution in World Politics (3)
01:830:373 Organizational and Personnel Psychology (3)
01:830:375 Prejudice and Conflict (3)
01:920:280 Collective Behavior and Social Movements (3)
01:920:321 Urban Development and Community Change (3)
01:988:130 Knowledge and Power: Issues in Women's Leadership (3)
33:620:370 Managing Diversity in Organizations (3)
37:575:312 Conflict and Conflict Resolution in the Workplace (3)
37:575:364 Diversity in the Workplace (3)

Leadership Theory III: Persuading Others to Work for a Common Goal
All students must select one 3-credit course from the list below:

01:220:441 Industrial Organizations (3)
01:790:348 Psychology and Politics (3)
01:830:311 Learning Processes (3)
01:830:321 Social Psychology (3)
01:830:364 Motivation and Emotion (3)
04:189:101 Introduction to Communication and Information Systems and Processing (3)
04:192:101 Introduction to Communication (3)
04:192:220 Fundamentals of Speaking and Listening (3)
04:192:366 Organizational Reputation and Representation (3)
04:192:380 Public Speaking (3)
33:620:410 Executive Leadership (3)
33:620:490 Organizational Behavior (3)

For a complete list of course see the program's website.
 
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