Catalog 2021-2022

LED - Leadership

LED 099 Experiences in Leadership Studies

LED 099 is designed to provide academic structure for students completing their experiential requirements to fulfill their leadership development plan. In consultation with their leadership advisor, LED 099 designates students who are pursuing the Leadership Studies minor. It also provides a record of progress toward completing their experiential activities requirements.

Credit Hours: 0


LED 200

LED 200 Introduction to Leadership Studies

This course is designed for students interested in learning more about the nature of leadership and open to any student with an interest in leadership. Over the course of the semester, we will look at leadership from the individual, group, organizational and global perspectives. The course will demonstrate the interrelatedness of an individual with the community/organization and the skills necessary for leading in a global society.

Credit Hours: 4

LED 450 Capstone in Leadership Studies

Provides an in-depth understanding of how leaders ethically mobilize resources to be effective in their roles. This course examines how power and influence are acquired, retained and used in organizations. In addition, the course explores the effect of power followers and the overall performance of the organization. Students learn through a variety of experiential exercises and case studies. 

Credit Hours: 4


LED 200 must be completed with a grade of D or higher. This course is for Juniors or Seniors only.