Description
LEADERSHIP SEMINAR
This course is designed to develop in students an understanding of the conceptual and practical strategies of leadership. Through the use of readings, in-class activities and guest presenters, students are exposed to four factors that play a role in the development or modification of a leader. These include: appreciation of the concept of organizational life; understanding the process of change; comprehending the impact of leadership style, delivery, and strategy; and finally, developing an awareness of individual strengths and weaknesses and how to most effectively match individual style to the leadership process. The course is required of all students pursuing the Undergraduate certificate in leadership. Students should have successfully completed both the emerging leaders program and the theories of leadership course prior to registering.
Details
Grading Basis
LG/SNC Elective Basis
Units
3
Component
Seminar - Required
Offering
Course
LDRSHP 1200
Academic Group
College of General Studies
Academic Organization
College of General Studies
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Enrollment Requirements
PREQ: LDRSHP 1100 or PUBSRV 1390
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring