Requirements for the Minor in Leadership Development (LDR)
General LDR Minor Requirements
1. Before declaring the minor, each student should plan his or her program with the director of the minor.
2. All credits for the minor must be passed with a grade of C or higher.
3. Students in the College of Leadership and Service are strongly encouraged to consider the minor in Leadership Development, but it is not mandatory.
4. Students who are not residents of the LDS college are welcome to take the minor.
5. Students taking the LDR minor are expected to participate in LLC activities.
Requirements for the Minor
Completion of the minor requires 21 credits.
1. LDR courses: nine credits from these three courses
LDR 210 Principles of Leadership
LDR 310 Case Studies in Leadership
LDR 410 Senior Seminar in Leadership
2. Practicum (Done in conjunction with LDR 410)
With the approval of the faculty Director, students will participate in experiential learning in one of two ways: a) leadership of a project or comprehensive task or b) being mentored by an established leader. Both models require active participation in true leadership activities such as development of vision and strategy.
3. Electives (12 credits)
The course designator of each selected course must be different from the designator associated with any of the student's majors or minors. For example, a student majoring or minoring in Business Management major cannot select any BUS courses, and a student majoring or minoring in Political Science major cannot select any POL courses. In addition, no more than two electives may have the same designator (including cross-listed courses). This is a list of courses appropriate to the minor. The faculty director may choose to modify this list.
AFS 277/HIS 277 Modern Color Line
AFS 325/HIS 325 Civil Right Movement
BUS 111 Business in the 21st Century
BUS 301 Corporate Communication
EGL 232/HUR 232 Rebels and Tyrants
HIS 104 U.S. Since 1877
INT 201 Democracy and Capitalism
LCR 200 Nature of Community
POL 101 World of Politics
POL 102 Introduction to American Government
POL 322 The Presidency in the American Political System
POL 323 U.S. Congress
POL 324 American Political Parties and Pressure Groups
POL 325 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
POL 364 Organizational Decision Making
POL 374 Global Issues in the United Nations
POL 434 Supreme Court Decision Making
SOC 336 Social Change
WST 347/POL 347 Women and Politics