Concentration in Personal Development and Leadership
Research shows that those who are able to be effective change makers, are the happiest and most successful.
Are you inspired to become a compassionate leader for change, who wants to revolutionize the world for the better? Then this secondary concentration may be for you!
Personal Development and Leadership will allow you to explore with more intention and guidance what your gifts are and how you can develop and deploy them, no matter the industry you desire to work in some day, or what you wish to achieve in life.
Available at Rose Hill and Lincoln Center, this secondary concentration will teach you to:
- Understand your strengths and gifts
- Help you develop these gifts into skills
- Support you in applying these skills to effectuate change
- Develop and support you in your leadership role after college
Secondary Concentration in Personal Development and Leadership
The Secondary Concentration in Personal Development and Leadership requires completion of three courses (nine credits).
|LPBU 4440||ST: Advanced Management||3|
|Electives: one course from each category||6|
Micro-Level Leadership: Self-Awareness & Personal Development
Meso/Macro-Level Leadership: Skills, Mindset, and Impact
Micro-Level Leadership Electives
Courses in this group have the 0PMI attribute.
|LPBU 3236||Personal Development: The Start–Up Called You||3|
|LPBU 3452||ST: Mindful Leadership||3|
|LPBU 3458||ST:Awareness & Self Leaders||3|
|LPBU 4443||ST: Personal Leadership||3|
Meso/Macro-Level Leadership Electives
Courses in this group have the 0PMA attribute.
|LPBU 3227||Innovation and Resilience||3|
|LPBU 3234||ST: Leading for Impact||3|
|LPBU 3430||ST: Sustainable Business||3|
|LPBU 3446||ST:Social Entrepreneurship||3|
|LPBU 3450||Research in Management: Managing Professional Relationships||3|
|LPBU 3457||ST: Applied Innovation Consulting||3|
|LPBU 4476||ST: Cross Cultural Negotiation||3|
|OPBU 3451||ST: Team Dynamics||3|