The Leadership Studies & Practice Minor offers students an opportunity to develop a critical awareness of leadership theories and issues and provides essential leadership competencies and skills needed in any career field. Through a focus on leadership as a relational process, collaboration, and social change, students will acquire knowledge and develop dispositions and skills to address complex societal issues as effective, engaged, and ethical leaders.
Leadership Studies & Practice Minor
This 18-unit minor requires a minimum of 9 upper division (300-400 level) units. Through this program, you will take courses from top scholars in a variety of subjects, including:
- HED 201: Foundations of Leadership (3 units)
- EDL 200: A Global Perspective on Schooling (3 units)
- EDL 322: Organizational Leadership (3 units)
- EDL 371: Leadership for Social Change (3 units)
The program will prepare students for leadership roles within a wide variety of career fields, particularly in education.
For more information about this minor, visit Academic Advising or call 520-621-7865 to set up an appointment with a College of Education advisor.