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Interdisciplinary Studies: Leadership Minor



Why Study Leadership at MCLA?
The Leadership Minor provides students with the opportunity to combine campus and community services with leadership studies in order to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for assuming leadership positions in our increasingly interconnected world.

The Leadership Minor provides students with the opportunity to combine campus and community services with leadership studies in order to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for assuming leadership positions in our increasingly interconnected world.


Coursework List (18 credits):


IDST 200 Courses:

  • Introduction to Leadership

  • Public Speaking

  • Writing

  • Teambuilding


Experiential Courses:

  • IDST 395: Leadership Practicum

  • CCAP 300: Service Leadership or Related Internship


Electives from a variety of disciplines covering themes such as Management, Organizational Behavior, Managing Workplace Diversity, Business Ethics, Social Movements, and many more.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Karen Cardozo Assistant Professor,
Interdisciplinary Studies
Karen Cardozo

413.662.5255

Spencer Moser
Coordinator of Center for Service

Spencer Moser

413.662.5251

 


Celia Norcross

Director of Student Development

Celia Norcross

413.662.5102

Dr. Myles Whitney
Professor Emeritus Sociology
Myles Whitney

413.662.5473