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Leadership Electives

With over 50+ electives to choose from, students beneĀ­fit from the flexibility to craft their unique study and practice of leadership. Leadership electives allow students to explore classes either inside or outside of their college that may also count towards their major! Electives are to provide additional training and practice for students' career aspirations, and allow students to develop and apply leadership philosophy while pursuing personal leadership experiences and professional goals.

 

Along with faculty, colleagues, and academic partners, Dean-appointed TLI Faculty Liaisons choose electives that facilitate student development of core leadership competencies, and also cater to students' major area of study. Students have the opportunity to frame their major academic coursework through the lens of leadership, intentionally applying what they have learned from their major to demonstrate how they will be a leader in their future career.

 

Students participating in the Leadership Minor, should select leadership electives with guidance from TLI and the student's college. Below is a list of examples of leadership electives.

 

Below is not an exhaustive list - more course offerings may be considered. For more information students may submit the Leadership Electives form, for pre-approval.

 

Reach out to TLI if additional guidance on course availability is needed.

Leadership Electives

College of Arts and Sciences

Psychology

SOP3515: Fundamentals of Conflict Transformation

SOP3004: Social Psychology

Communication

SPC4064: Public Speaking for Professionals

COM3042: Interpersonal Communications

COM3120: Organizational Communications

COM3440: Small Group Communication

COM3752: Listening

COM4430: International Communication

Political Science and Public Administration

PAD4144: Nonprofit Management

POT3515: Good and Evil: Political Perspectives*

Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

ANT3212: Peoples and Cultures of the World

SYP3440: Social Change and International Development

SYP4351: Social Movements and Social Change

Philosophy and Religious Studies

PHI3601: Ethics

PHI3640: Environmental Ethics

PHI3641: Business Ethics

Biology

BSC3057: Introduction to Environmental Studies

English

ENC1143: Writing with Evidence and Style

ENC3310: Writing Prose

ENG4013: Approaches to Literary Interpretation

THE4524: Theatre for Social Change*

College of Education and Human Services

Leadership, School Counseling, and Sport Management

LDR3320: Collaborative Leadership

LDR3240: Intergroup Dialogue Among Diverse Populations

LDR4340: Resource Development in Community Organizations

PET4416: Theory and Practice of Fitness Management

SPM4113: Managerial Leadership in Sport

SPM4703: Sport Business Analytics

SPM4516: Development and Fundraising in Sport

Exceptional, Deaf and Interpreter Education

SLS3408: Employability Skills & Career Success

Childhood Ed, Literacy, and TESOL*

EEC4054: Leadership and Service in Early Childhood Settings

Hicks Honors College

LDR3367: Facilitation

LDR4368: Senior Facilitation

Brooks College of Health

Nursing

NUR4827: Leadership and Management Concepts in Nursing

NUR3816: Professional Nursing Concepts

Health Administration

HSA3111: Introduction to Health Administration

Public Health

HSC4800: Professional Preparation in Public Health

Coggin College of Business

Marketing & Logistics

MAR4906: Special Topics in Marketing

Management

MAN3025: Administrative Management

MAN4064: Organizational Ethics: A Global Perspective

MAN4143: Effective Business Leadership

MAN4201: Organization Theory

MAN4240: Organizational Behavior

MAN4441: Negotiations

MAN4600: International Management

MAN4956: Australia: International Leadership in Organizations

GEB4113: Entrepreneurship

College of Computing, Engineering & Construction

Electrical Engineering

EEL4930: Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

EEL4081: Topics on Rehabilitation Engineering

EEL4915: Senior Capstone Design II

Computing

CIS4930: Special Topics in Computer and Information Sciences

CIS3253: Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing

CIS3526: IT Project Management

CIS4900: Direct Independent Study

CIS4327: Information Systems Senior Project I

CIS4328: Information Systems Senior Project II

CEN4010: Software Engineering

Civil Engineering

CGN4151: Engineering Management

CGN3930: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

CGN4931: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

CGN4804: Senior Capstone Design II

Mechanical Engineering

EML4930: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

EML4552: Senior Capstone Design II

EML4320C: Integrated Design and Manufacturing

EGN4042: Problem Solving and Continuous Improvement Methods for Engineers

Construction Management

BCN4730: Construction Safety

BCN4956: Study Abroad in Construction Management

BCN4709: Construction Project Management Capstone

BCN4753: Construction Finance and Cost Controls

BCN4775: International Construction

Special Note:

Previous Leadership Minor Program of Study:

Community Leadership - Summer 2017 and prior, including selection of a 3-credit course from 3 primary leadership electives options, and a selection of an additional 3-credit course from a list of interdisciplinary electives

 

Leadership - Fall 2017 to Summer 2020, including selection of a 3-credit course from 3 primary leadership electives options, and an (appropriate) selection of a 3-credit interdisciplinary elective chosen by the student and academic advisor

Updated Leadership Minor Program of Study:

Leadership - Beginning Fall 2020, including two appropriate selections (3-credits each) of leadership electives chosen by the student, TLI and the College

 

For additional information on updated program of study for the Leadership Minor, and to confirm students' completion of the program, please contact TLI.