Academic Programs
Leadership Studies minors offered through the Center for Ethical Leadership are vocation centered. Students reflect on their particular calling and their response to it as leaders in their professions, community, and families. They are encouraged to think reflectively, critically, analytically, and creatively toward living a life of service in their chosen vocations. Current programs include:
  • Leadership Studies: Business – consists of 18 credit hours divided between a leadership core of 9 credit hours and 9 credit hours drawn from courses required for the General Business major. It is administered jointly between the Center and Cameron School of Business.
  • Leadership Studies: Education – consists of 18 credit hours divided between a leadership core of 9 credit hours and 9 credit hours drawn from Education, Bilingual Education, Special Education, and Philosophy. It is administered jointly between the Center and School of Education.
  • Leadership Studies: Nursing – consists of 18 credit hours divided between a leadership core of 9 credit hours and 9 credit hours drawn from courses required for the Nursing major. It is administered jointly between the Center and the Carol and Odis Peavy School of Nursing.
  • Leadership Studies: Peace and Reconciliation – consists of 18 credit hours divided between a leadership core of 9 credit hours and 9 credit hours drawn from Communications, International Studies, Irish Studies, Political Science, and Psychology. It is administered jointly between the Center and the School of Arts and Sciences Social Science Disciplines.

Students interested in these Leadership Studies minors should speak to their academic advisor for more information about required courses.