PPS196.30 – TWENTYSOMETHING LEADERSHIP
The central goal of Twentysomething Leadership is to provide students with the knowledge, analytical competence, and skills needed to exercise leadership as they navigate the transition from college to post-college life. The course explores the many facets of leadership and leadership development during the period of emerging adulthood, particularly in understanding how values can be aligned with professional, volunteer, and personal leadership for the benefit of others and to enhance personal development. Not a course to be “taught,” Twentysomething Leadership focuses on a variety of experiential learning activities involving collaboration with alumni and graduate students, including case discussions, team projects, guest speakers, and personal reflection. The teaching method is interactive and experiential. Seniors Only.
[Areas of Knowledge: SS]