App State is about developing leaders. Whether you’re interested in taking one leadership course or earning the Leadership Studies Minor, we have excellent learning opportunities that prepare you to lead.
Our leadership courses help you to develop life and career skills such as critical thinking, team development, conflict resolution, problem solving, decision making, communication, and consensus building.
In addition, leadership studies is a resume builder that stands out to employers who value leadership education and experience because it tells them that you are ready to accept the challenge to lead in an increasingly diverse and challenging environment.
Earn a Leadership Studies Minor
You receive a Leadership Studies Minor after completing 18 hours in leadership studies and related courses. The Leadership Studies Minor takes an interdisciplinary approach and allows you to draw from a variety of disciplines. You’ll learn that leadership is a process and be exposed to many different perspectives that enhance critical thinking and decision making.
- Principles of Leadership (Core Course 1)
- Senior Capstone Leadership Seminar (Core Course 2)
- 12 additional credit hours made up of courses* that are related to the study and process of leadership.
- Understanding groups, organizations, or communities
- Communication skills
- Effective management, facilitation
- Ethics, culture, diversity
Let’s talk about what you want to achieve through leadership studies. Contact Leadership Development at email@example.com
, 828-262-6252 or drop by The McCaskey Center, room 244 in the Plemmons Student Union.
Ask Your Advisor When Declaring A Minor
Before declaring a minor, talk with your Academic Advisor about the requirements within your specific college or department.
• Courses counting towards the student's major cannot be counted for the minor.
• Other courses can be added to the list of elective courses with the approval of the Leadership Studies Minor Advisory Board and the Chair of the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling. Substitutions may be made with the approval of the director.