Leadership courses are offered through the School of Education and are open to all students. Classes are offered during the Fall and Spring Semesters, so make sure you find which class best fits you and sign up.
EDUC-U 207 Leadership Training (2 credits)
Leadership Training is a course focused on preparing student leaders to address current issues on campus and in their communities. Students will discover individual strengths and personal values, examine communication skills and group dynamics, and discuss theories and ethics in leadership.
EDUC-U 495 Advanced Organizational Leadership (2 credits)
This course creates a framework for understanding organizational dynamics, analyzes the leader’s roles in organizational leadership and develops skills to evaluate organizational purpose and function.
EDUC-U 495 Diversity in Leadership (1 credit)
This course is focused on encouraging reflection and understanding of diversity and multiculturalism. Student will engage in dialogues about leadership in the world in which we live. Additionally, students will explore their own identities and how those relate to leadership and inclusion.
EDUC-U 495 Fraternity and Sorority Relevance (1 credit)
Students will understand the socio-economic context of the founding of the American fraternity and sorority movement; reflect and evaluate how the values of the organizations have been maintained over time; and demonstrate the relevance of fraternity and sororities in the 21st century.