PPS 265.01 – ENTERPRISING LEADERSHIP
This course is designed to provide students with knowledge, analytical competence, and skills important to exercising enterprising leadership in college and as young professionals. The course explores the many facets of leadership and leadership development including the processes by which people effect change in a variety of roles and situations. Not a traditional course in leadership studies or organizational management, the central foci include analysis tools, self-knowledge, results-oriented team projects, and a class learning community. The experiential course design and interactive teaching method require highly engaged students who value contributing to a robust learning community. MARKETS AND MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE – CORE COURSE, SERVICE-LEARNING COURSE
[Areas of Knowledge: SS; Inquiries/Competencies: EI] PERMISION REQUIRED: Open to juniors and seniors.