Leadership - Minor

The minor in leadership studies (LDAG) provides students with formal instruction in leadership theory and the application of concepts necessary to be successful leaders in future careers. The 15 hour curriculum prepares students to be effective industry, community, and organizational leaders. Students explore leadership roles in their future contexts, develop an awareness of personal leadership characteristics, and apply leadership theories and models to future their professional experiences. The coursework includes five courses in foundational leadership concepts that can be completed 100% in an asynchronous distance education environment. Students must have a declared major, a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and completed less than 75 credit hours at the time of application.  

For more information about this minor, visit our LDAG web page.

ALED 202Introduction to Leadership3
ALED 301Personal Leadership Education3
ALED 340Survey of Leadership Theory3
ALED 424Applied Ethics in Leadership3
ALED 440Leading Change3
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Must make a C or better in all minor coursework.