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Suggested Study Plan

Bachelor of Arts
Community Leadership
Minor Required

 

Required General Education Core

 

Required Courses:

BUS 215 Managerial Planning in Not-For-Profit Enterprises
BUS 455 Managing the Not-For-Profit Organization
CMSV 101 Introduction to Community Leadership
CMSV 260 Foundations of Non Profit Service
CMSV 301 Concepts in Community Leadership
CMSV 310 Grants
CMSV 350 Conflict Management
CMSV 355 Assessment and Design of Community Programs
CMSV 360 Evaluation of Community-Based Programs
CMSV 401 Seminar in Community Leadership
CMSV 498 Cooperative Education
PSYX 100 Introduction to Psychology
SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology
SPCH 141 Fundamentals of Speech  ~ OR ~ SPCH 142 Interpersonal Communication
SPCH 240 Small Group Communication
SPCH 310 Organizational Communication
WRIT 338 Public Relations Writing

Selectives in Social Science with CMSV, ECNS, PSCI, PSYX, SOCI, SPCH prefixes: 9 credits
 ~ OR ~
Selectives in Business with ACTG, BUS, SBM prefixes: 9 credits

Electives: 0-9 credits
Minor: 21-30 credits

Total minimum credits required for degree: 120

NOTE: In addition to the coursework listed above, community leadership majors are strongly advised to complete a concentrated program of study in some specialty area. The specialty areas will permit students to complete coursework that could prepare them for careers in communication, non-profit administration, community health and wellness, social work or tribal leadership and administration. Community Leadership majors should work with their faculty advisor to select the appropriate classes.

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