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Minor In Civic Engagement & Leadership

Course Listing

 

 

The Minor requires a minimum of 19 hours, composed of two required courses (7 hours total) and 12 hours of approved elective courses.  See below for a complete course listing.

 

 

General Track

 

All students must complete the following two required courses:

 

PHL 200 Introduction to Ethics - OR - PHL 202 Honors Introduction to Ethics             

NEW 237 Cooperation and Conflict - OR - NEW 238 Honors Social Science       

 

In addition, students must complete at least 12 more hours selected from approved elective courses, listed below.  (Note: At least six of the twelve elective hours must be taken at the 300 level or above.) 

 

AAST 352 Social Inequality (3)

BCE 210 Group Skills for Student Leaders (1)

BCE 300 Alternative Spring Break / Service Learning (1)

CSM 405 Public Policy: Family and Community Resources (3)

CSM 437 Developing the Leader Within (3)

GBA 331 World Resources and the Global Economy (3)

HES 450 Volunteerism and Civic Responsibility (1-3)

MGT 300 Organizational Theory and Behavior (3)

MGT 320 Leadership (3)

MGT 341 Contemporary Ethical Issues and Corporate Responsibility (3)

MC 405 Mass Communication Ethics (3)

MC 413 Communication and Diversity (3)

NEW270 Leadership and Volunteerism (3)

NEW 415 Moral Inquiry (4)

NEW 436 Public Leadership (4)

NEW 447 Civic Awareness    (4)

PHL 101 Introduction to Logic (3)

PHL 304 Ethical Theory (3)

PHL 310 Theories of Justice (3)

PHL 400 Special Studies in Ethics (3)                 
PSC 102 America and the World (3)

PY 372 Social Psychology (3)

REL 205 Ethics and Religion (3)

SW 351 Oppression and Social Injustice (3)

UH 101 Honors: Values and Society (3)

WS 200 Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)

                                                                                                           

 

ROTC Program Track

 

In addition to the two required courses listed above, students in the ROTC program may count the following courses toward their elective hours.  (Note: At least six of the twelve elective hours must be taken at the 300 level or above.)

 

Recommended:

MIL 310 Small Unit Tactical Leadership       (3)

MIL 320 Advanced Military Leadership        (3)

MIL 410 Ethics and the Military as a Profession (3)

MIL 420 Advanced Leadership and Management Techniques (3)

AFS 350 Air Force Leadership Studies        (3)

AFS 360 Air Force Leadership Studies        (3)

AFS 470 National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty (3)

AFS 480 National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty (3)

 

Other:

MIL 110 Leadership and National Security (1)

MIL 120 Foundations of Leadership and Team Development (1)

MIL 210 Basic Leadership Skills       (2)

MIL 220 Military Leadership Skills (2)

MIL 310 Small Unit Tactical Leadership (3)

MIL 320 Advanced Military Leadership        (3)

MIL 410 Ethics and the Military as a Profession (3)

MIL 420 Advanced Leadership and Management Techniques (3)