Leadership in Higher Education & Community Settings
Offered by the Lynch School to students in LSOE, A&S, CSON and CSOM.
The NEW interdisciplinary minor, Leadership in Higher Education and Community Settings is being offered by the Lynch School of Education to students in the Lynch School of Education, in the College of Arts and Sciences, in the Connell School of Nursing, and in the Carroll School of Management. This new minor serves students who are interested in college student development and in the applications of psychology to work settings in institutions of higher education, in local and international Non-government Organizations (NGOs) and/or in community-based programs.
The minor consists of six courses (18 credits), which are taken in the Lynch School of Education and the Carroll School of Management. The Leadership in Higher Education and Community Settings minor includes 2 required courses (6 credits) and 4 courses (12 credits) that must be selected from the list of approved courses provided here.