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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 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 (3) (prerequisite 01:713:202)
  • 01:713:404  Advanced Organizational Applications with Capstone Seminar (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
01:730:107  Introduction to Ethics
01:730:249  Medical Ethics
01:730:441  Ethical Theory
01:730:442  Moral Responsibility
03:691:392  Military Leadership and Ethics
03:691:490  Leadership and Ethics
04:567:480  Media Ethics and the Law
10:652:301  Medical Ethics
10:501:356  Health Care Ethics and the Law
10:832:356  Public Health Law and Ethics
10:833:480  Ethics in Planning and Public Policy
11:115:321  Ethical Issues in Biochemistry Research
11:374:289  Sustainable Food: Politics, Policy, and Ethics
11:607:385  The Ethical Leader
33:522:334  Business Ethics

Leadership Theory II: Understanding Organizational Change

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

01:014:353  Black Community Law and Social Change
01:070:201  Evolution and Human Behavior
01:450:363  Geography of Development
01:450:370  Climate Change and Society
01:574:310  Gender and Social Change in Korea
01:713:308  Leadership in a Diverse Workplace
01:790:305  Public Policy Formation
01:790:312  Change in Latin America
01:790:333  Race, Ethnicity, and Politics
01:790:355  Women and Public Policy
01:790:363  Conflict Resolution in World Politics
01:790:386  Political Change in China
01:830:373  Organizational and Personnel Psychology
01:920:370  Global Structures and Change
01:988:103  Knowledge and Power: Issues in Women's Leadership
04:189:352  Self and Society in Virtual Contexts

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
01:790:292  Introduction to Critical Intelligence Studies
01:790:348  Psychology and Politics
01:830:321  Social Psychology
01:830:364  Motivation and Emotion
04:189:101  Introduction to Communication
04:189:151  Virtual Team Dynamics
04:192:359  Persuasive Communication
04:192:380  Public Speaking
04:192:458  Leadership in Groups and Organizations
04:547:210  Management of Technological Organizations
10:762:361  Managing People and Organizations
10:843:361  Managing People and Organizations
11:607:485  Understanding Group Dynamics and Team Process
37:575:230  People, Work, and Organizations
37:575:318  Leadership in Work Organizations


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