Upper division course requirements (24 units) and 12 upper division elective units unique from those required for the primary major.
The purpose of this course is to equip students with skills necessary for successful leadership in public, private, and non-governmental organizations. Emphasis is on assessment of personal growth needs and enhancement of administrative skills including communication, decision-making, motivation, leadership styles, and team building. Experimental class work will be utilized in conjunction with classic and current organizational literature so that students can appreciate the bridge linking theory and practice. Students completing this course for credit may not also earn credit for BUS 435. (3 units; As offered)
Davis, Bryan I.
|01/09/2019||T||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||BUS ONLN|
|09/03/2019||T||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||Yeager Center ONLN|
This course introduces the student to the concepts of personal leadership and helps identify the skills and strategies that the student may employ to effectively lead. (3 units; As offered)
|01/09/2019||Th||10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||BUS ONLN|
This course provides an analysis of the principles of communication in the workplace. Students will learn basic communication theories, strategies, and processes as they relate to the modern organizational structure. We will be examining the nature and process of communication in modern organizations, including pragmatic implications of organizational communication theories as they relate to understanding organizations, and implementing change strategies. The course will also compare contemporary principles of leadership with the contemporary literature on communications. (3 units; As offered)
|09/03/2019||T||12:15 PM - 1:45 PM||Yeager Center ONLN|
This course evaluates the principles for practicing ethical judgments and behavior that confront those in leadership positions. Students will evaluate various ethical frameworks and survey the Bible to explore and develop principles and habits for Biblically-based leadership practices. The course will also compare Biblical principles of leadership with the contemporary literature on leadership ethics. (3 units; As offered)
|09/03/2019||MW||11:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Yeager Center ONLN|
This course explores various biases, common heuristics, and social dynamics that often lead to faulty decisions and evaluates strategies and tactics to safe guard the decision making process so as to enhance the probability of implementing good decisions. Students will also study the creative process and models for making wise decision that optimize personal and collective outcomes. (3 units; As offered)
|09/03/2019||MW||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Yeager Center ONLN|
This course deepens the student's understanding of principles of collaboration, modeling positive behavior, and mentorship in relation to diverse groups, communities, and individuals. Students will evaluate various effective strategies for fostering and nurturing diversity best practices. The course will also have students appreciate the differences of individuals and how to capitalize on those differences as strengths. (3 units; As offered)
Effective groups and teams are critical in modern organizations, yet there are often dysfunctional dynamics and processes within the group. This course will provide the student with fundamental concepts relating to group dynamics, group decision making, and interpersonal conflict. Special attention will be paid to diversity in this class. Students will gain a better understanding of dynamics of small group interaction and having an understanding of some of the techniques for solving conflict and improving communication toward future benefits. This course will provide the platform necessary for the student to engage in accurate communication of ideas which can influence other behavior. (3 units; As offered)
Under the supervision of a faculty member and representative from the sponsoring organization, students will utilize the internship to develop and demonstrate the principles and skills explained in the Leadership Studies courses. (3 units; As offered)
Upper division course requirements (6 units) and 12 units from other leadership studies major courses with exception of LDR 491.
Upper division course requirements (6 units) and 6 units from other leadership studies major courses with exception of LDR 491.