Leadership Courses

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Study Leadership with Us

Each semester, we offer a broad range of courses that explore leadership. From our signature colloquium for students in the Leadership Certificate Program, "How to Change the World," to our affiliate courses, we offer classes on leadership and nursing, business ethics, journalism, international politics, and more. 

Colloquium

How to Change the World

In this colloquium for the Leadership Certificate Program, "How to Change the World," we will learn how to analyze challenges, to leverage our resources, and to harness the power of political and social systems to address the needs around us. 

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Seminars

Grand Strategy

Seminar

Dr. Harold Mock

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Those Who Lead, Mentor

Seminar

Ashley Copeland

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Affiliate Courses

Core Curriculum

Department of Government & Sociology

  • GC1Y 1000, "Global Challenges," Dr. Steve Elliott-Gower 

Department of History & Geography

  • GC2Y 2000, "Democracies and Leaders," Dr. William Risch 
College of Arts & Sciences

Department of Communication

  • MSCM 3379, "Comparative International Media Systems," Dr. James Schiffman 
  • MSCM 4410, "Newscast Production," Dr. James Schiffman 

Department of Music

  • MUSC 3400, "Introduction to Conducting," Dr. Jennifer Flory 
  • MUSC 3400, "Introduction to Conducting," Dr. Clifford Towner 
J. Whitney Bunting College of Business

Department of Accounting 

  • BUAD 2172, "Business Ethics," Prof. Jehan El-Jourbagy 

Department of Information Systems & Computer Science

  • MMIS 6505, "Leadership in IT," Dr. Eric Kobbe 
  • MMIS 6505, "Strategic Management Information Systems," Dr. Eric Kobbe 
School of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
School of Health & Human Performance
  • ODED 4520, "Advanced Facilitation Strategies," Dr. Liz Speelman