Minor in Leadership
The Leadership Minor comprises six courses (18 s.h.) that provide students in other Temple University programs the opportunity to better prepare for life after graduation by acquiring the knowledge and skills required to communicate effectively and to lead at the organizational, team, and individual levels.
The goal of the Leadership Minor is to help students to understand that leadership is a communication and relational process, not a position. Viewed that way, leadership requires responsible, thoughtful reflection and action at all societal levels. That also requires competencies in being self-aware, in managing teams, in making ethical decisions, and leading with an intent to engender positive change.
|STRC 1111||Public Speaking||3|
|or STRC 1911||Honors Public Speaking|
|STRC 1112||Communicating Leadership||3|
|STRC 2661||Introduction to Organizational Communication||3|
|STRC 2672||Global Communication and Leadership||3|
|or STRC 4696||Diverse Communication and Leadership|
|STRC 2662||Leading Groups and Team Building||3|
|STRC 4879||Collaborative Advocacy||3|
|or STRC 4670||Special Topics in Organizational Leadership|
|Total Credit Hours||18|