An interdisciplinary program focusing on the nature, understanding, and application of leadership and community engagement. Drawing from several academic disciplines, students in the program gain an understanding of themselves and of leadership in a variety of contexts and environments as well as an understanding of what it means to work in community engagement fields dedicated to social change.
To complete the 18-credit hour minor, students will take three required courses (9 credits) and three elective courses (9 credits) that closely align with their major and/or professional goals.
Students should choose three courses from the list below with no more than two courses taken in the same department. In consultation with their major and minor advisors, students should select elective courses that connect to their future vocational and personal goals.
Other elective courses, including those from study abroad programs, may be included with departmental approval.