Leadership, Global Classroom

The Bachelor of Science in Leadership offers a functional, interdisciplinary curriculum that seeks to prepare students to lead at all levels of today’s global society. The program seeks to encourage and foster high ethical standards, communication competencies, and community building through practical applications built upon the foundation of many theoretical leadership frameworks. Courses include oral and written communication, organizational behavior, leadership theory and practice, and business fundamentals. Through electives, students are encouraged to pursue courses in the social sciences or sciences to broaden their understanding of global challenges and opportunities.

Graduates of the program may pursue careers in management in private, nonprofit, and government organizations.

The minimum degree-applicable transfer credits requirement for the Global Classroom program is 50 semester hours.

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.

This is a typical plan of study.

Global Classroom

Minimum Transfer Credit Required: 50 semester hours

Term 1Hours
ENG 1103
and ENG 1104
PSY 11003
ECN 11003
MGT 11003
Term 2Hours
ENG 2105
and ENG 2106
MGT 21003
LDR 12003
MTH 23103
Term 3Hours
ENG 3107
and ENG 3108
LDR 32003
ACC 21003
MGT 23103
LDR 32503
Term 4Hours
CMN 23103
FIN 21053
ENG 33003
LDR 34003
MGT 23303
Term 5Hours
CMN 31003
CMN 33503
LDR 48503
HRM 23203
Total Hours: 69

Total Global Classroom: 70 semester hours