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The Interdisciplinary Leadership Minor

Explore the principles of leadership and learn both interdisciplinary leadership skills and discipline specific leadership skills that are so in demand in today’s work environments. This minor includes an experiential requirement in a leadership role as a capstone.

To earn this minor, you must complete 18 credit hours of courses in a combination of principles/skills courses and liberal arts/discipline specific courses.

Courses in the principles/skills set may include:

  • Management & Leadership
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Group Process & Theory
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Speech for Professionals
  • Interviewing Skills & Case Management


Liberal arts courses may include:

  • American Government
  • American Foreign Policy
  • Attitudes & Values
  • Psychology & Women
  • Christian Life & Service
  • Topics in Theology


Discipline specific leadership courses may include:

  • Business — Global Dimensions of Business; Negotiation & Conflict Management; and Strategic Management
  • Nursing — Leading & Management in Health Care and an accompanying practicum
  • Psychology — Counseling Theory & Practice
  • Mathematics — Mathematical Statistics and Differential Equations 
  • Theology — Church & Social Justice, Christian Spirituality, Theology & the Environment and Theology Research Seminar;
  • Paralegal Studies — Special Topics in the Law: Arbitration & Mediation