This minor prepares students for transformative leadership in campus, local, national, and global contexts. Interdisciplinary and integrative classes examine leadership from multiple perspectives and disciplines, offering an understanding of socially-responsible leadership with an emphasis on community action. Through the required coursework and experiential learning, students critically examine diverse theories, research, and perspectives on leadership and are encouraged to explore topics such as social change and globalization, creative conflict resolution, the nature of power, oppression and influence, innovation, and systemic leadership. Civic engagement and multicultural competence are viewed as necessary requirements for leadership.
This minor is open to students in all academic programs, schools, and majors.
Holder, Lennon, Lucas, Owen (director), Wagner
Eight credits of coursework must be unique to the minor and students must complete all coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.00. For policies governing all minors, see AP.5.3.4 Minors.
Total credits: minimum of 15
Students should be aware of the specific policies associated with this program, located on the Admissions & Policies tab.
|INTS 204||Leadership Theory and Practice||4|
|INTS 404||Ethics and Leadership||4-6|
|or MLSC 400|
& MLSC 402
| Leadership and Management|
and Leadership and Ethics
|INTS 435||Leadership in a Changing Environment||4|
|Select at least one course from the following: 1||3-4|
|Art as Social Action|
|Entrepreneurship in the Arts|
|Conflict Resolution Techniques and Practice|
|Introduction to Environmental Policy|
|Advanced Financial Management|
|Comparative Political Leadership|
|Art as Social Action (Mason Core)|
|Foundations of Resilience and Well-Being|
|Global Leadership (Mason Core)|
|Leadership and Organizational Problem-Solving|
|IT in the Global Economy (Mason Core)|
|Organizational Development and Management Consulting|
|Applied Leadership I|
|Leadership and Management|
|Leadership and Ethics|
|Managing People and Organizations in a Global Economy|
|Managing Information in a Global Economy|
|Introduction to International Business (Mason Core)|
|Managing Projects and Operations|
|Leadership and Management of Health Care|
|Leadership and Outdoor Education|
|Social Psychology (Mason Core)|
|Industrial and Organizational Psychology|
|Social Movements and Political Protest|
Other courses may be applied to this requirement with prior written approval of the director.