Upper Division Courses
Prereq.: LSP-201 or permission. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits. A continuous series of seminars each semester for juniors. Seminars involve reading, directed research, discussions, experiments, speakers and skill practice. An internship plan is developed for each participant.
Prereq.: LSP 396 and 496 or permission. This culminating experience provides students with the opportunity to pursue an approved interdisciplinary project of choice to increase their understanding of leadership effectiveness in the real world. See independent study guidelines. (INDEPENDENT WORK)
Prereq.: LSP-396 or permission. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits. A continuous series of seminars each semester for seniors. Leadership competencies such as communication, problem solving, decision making, objective setting and self-development are emphasized throughout. Organizational sponsors and mentors are involved in the seminar.
Prereq.: LSP-396 and 496 or permission. The intern will assume the role of leadership at an approved site to apply the theoretical aspects of leadership in a real organization. In addition to meeting the onsite requirement of the internship sponsor, students will share their interpretation of organizational dynamics during campus seminar sessions. See internship guidelines. (INDEPENDENT WORK)