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LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

General ElectivePre-College & Prerequisite

Course Description
This course examines the role of leadership in affecting organizational behavior. It explores effective leadership strategies to mobilize and support diverse teams to work collaboratively, inclusively, and respectfully in order to bring about genuine trust in the processes and products of their work. Students will learn how to lead with integrity, manage conflict, and steer organizations during times of change and meet goals. This course uses the reflective practice to strengthen inter- and intra-personal skills to ground effective leadership habits.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Prerequisite

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Lab:
Clinical:
Other:
Total: 50
At least a junior standing in a baccalaureate program.

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