Leadership 201 Introduction to Leadership- 3 cr. An interdisciplinary course which approaches leadership from a variety of perspectives. Students explore their own leadership styles as well as those of organizations and individuals. Three hours of lecture.
Leadership 202 Survey of Popular Leadership Books 3 cr.- Leadership books from today's top thinkers, writers, and practitioners will be read, presented, and discussed by course participants. Three hours of lecture.
Leadership 301 Leadership Skills Development I 3 cr.This course is designed to aid students in the development and application of leadership skills. Students perform an extensive examination and analysis of leadership literature and engage in specific leadership skills development activities, including minimodules,role plays, and self-assessments. A comprehensive community service project intended to further develop and practice realworld leadership skills is a major component of the course. Three hours of lecture.
Leadership 302 Leadership Skills Development II- 2cr. Prerequisite: LDSH 301. A leadership skills development workshop series focused on practical applications of leadership skills, such as team building, avoiding burnout, ceating an adaptive culture, and 7 myths of leadership. Each workshop is an interactive, experiential learning module developed by an established professional who effectively utilizes and demonstates the skill(s). During LDSH 302, students will also develop relationships with potential leadership mentors from the commnity. Two hours of lecture.
Leadership 401: LEAD-LSUS Mentorship 3 cr. Prerequisite: LDSH 302 Students will conduct a leadership-based mentorship experience with an established community leaders. The mentoring relationship is established during LDSH 302. Students will spend a minimum of 80 contact hours with their mentor. Three hours of credit.
Leadership 402: Leadership Seminar 1 cr. Prerequisite: LDSH 401 Students will participate in a leadership seminar course in which all LDSH 401 students will present a retrospective presentation detailing the outcomes of their mentorship and leadership development. One hour seminar.
Leadership 405: Ethics, Values, and Leadership 3cr. A study of the moral responsibiities of leadership through case studies from a variety of contexts, cultures, and periods of history. Three hours lecture.