Leadership - Minor
This minor is offered in the College for Women and the College for Adults.
St. Catherine University is committed to the development of effective, ethical leaders at all levels of education, from associate to graduate. Leaders are made and not born. In other words, anyone can learn to be a leader with practice, study, reflection, and intention. The leadership minor will enable students to understand that a leader’s role and influence is valuable, beyond the confines of position or formal employment.
Through study and practice, students in this minor will discover:
- Leadership can take many forms, and it is always a benefit when a person thinks of themselves as a leader, even when they are also in the role as a peer, follower, and/or individual contributor.
- Leaders belong everywhere, from the boardroom to the living room.
- Leaders embody a sense of confidence and abundance that engages others in positive action and supports others in learning to be their best selves.
|LEAD 2202||Leadership and Influence||2|
|LEAD 3400||Leadership, Effective Teams, and Change Management||4|
|LEAD 4752||Leadership Practicum||2|
|MGMT 2402||Principles of Management||2|
|Choose eight credits from the following: 1||8|
|Speaking to Lead and Influence|
|Sociocultural Aspects of Dress|
Topics: Public Health in the Community
|Managing Within a Diverse Workforce|
Not all courses are offered in both the College for Women and the College for Adults. Students should consult their advisor and the course schedule to develop a plan that works for them.