A Program for Longwood's Citizen-Leaders
The Leadership Studies Program is intended for students who want to explore the theoretical and practical aspects of leadership. This is an interdisciplinary minor that draws on different perspectives of leadership. Students from any academic area are invited to participate in this educational experience. Courses for this program are designed to inform students about the concepts, theories, and issues related to leadership.
This minor seeks to help students:
- Develop an understanding of leadership dynamics
- Learn skills that can be used in the "real world"
- Become leaders in their communities
- Understand leadership from an interdisciplinary perspective
- Apply leadership concepts in a variety of settings
Students are required to take the following courses/13 credit hours
- LDST 120 Foundations of Leadership Studies/3 credits
- LDST 220 Leadership and Service/3 credits
- LDST 320 Leaders and Leadership/3 credits
- POSC 394 Political Leadership/3 credits
- LDST 420 Practicum in Leadership/1 credit
Six additional credit hours of electives chosen in consultation with an academic advisor. See the current academic catalog for electives that can be applied to this 19-credit hour minor.
Current Faculty teaching in the program include:
- Dr. Scott Cole(Director of Leadership Studies)
- Ms. Adrian Bitton
- Dr. William Harbour
- President W. Taylor Reveley IV
Feel free to contact Dr. Cole or Ms. Bitton for more information.
Additional Resources / Links
- Leadership and Service: http://www.longwood.edu/leadership/index.html
- Center for Diversity and Inclusion: http://www.longwood.edu/diversity/index.html