Introduction to Organizational Leadership (3)
Examines the nature of leadership, the processes that underpin group decisions, the basic features of organizational culture, and how leaders prepare themselves to meet challenges. Students develop strategies for integrating and sharing knowledge through extracurricular projects.
Intermediate Organizational Applications (2)
Students assume leadership positions or become active members in a university organization and maintain a log of activities. Students write an 8-to-10-page essay on a topic in organizational leadership.
Prerequisite: 01:713:202. Open only to students minoring in organizational leadership.
Leadership in a Diverse Workplace (3)
Furthers the understanding of multicultural issues by expanding the focus of study from the university to the wider world of work. Exposes students to theory, research, and practice in the ways that cultural diversity is managed in organizations and social institutions. Includes an overview of perspectives on diversity, organizations and diversity, various dimensions of diversity, specific diversity cases, as well as exercises on experiencing diversity.
Advanced Organizational Applications with Capstone Seminar (3)
Capstone experience integrates what students have learned through critical review of organizational leadership theory, and the analysis of leaders and leadership situations. Students are expected to use theoretical and practical knowledge base of leadership theory and group dynamics in analysis of readings, class projects, a research paper, and other assignments.
Prerequisite: 01:713:303. Open only to students minoring in organizational leadership.
Independent Study in Organizational Leadership (BA)
Independent study of topic(s) in organizational leadership.