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Leadership Studies Classes

Leadership Studies can be a great asset as students build their skills and confidence in leading in groups, organizations, and any future career. Our leadership courses use active learning, real-world cases, problem-solving, and community building and are taught by instructors with a range of backgrounds and experiences.

  • HPC 2700: Principles of Leadership- This course is designed to introduce students to models and theories of leadership and to create an understanding of the increasing complexity of leading in diverse contexts. With multiple course days/times offered- this makes a great elective for all majors!!
    • Monday/Wednesday, 3:30-4:45 PM / CRN: 10315
    • Tuesday/Thursday, 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM / CRN: 13466
    • Tuesday/Thursday, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM / CRN: 14631
  • HPC 3100: Ethical Leadership- Ethics is at the heart of leadership. This course explores the ethical demands of leadership- what at times becomes the “dark side” of leadership. Through the examination of moral and ethical frameworks, students will develop their efficacy in analyzing multiple perspectives, decision-making, and navigating complexity.
    • Monday/Wednesday, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM / CRN: 14623

Declare the Leadership Studies Minor

The Leadership Studies Minor is an 18 credit hour minor open to students from all majors. 9 credit hours must come from Leadership Studies courses in the HPC department, and others can be selected from a wide range of interdisciplinary electives.

Apr 27