This course deepens students’ capacity for leadership based on
wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. In addition to concluding
the leadership minor by linking leadership practice to leadership theory,
students dialogue about leadership issues such as gender, community,
temptation, finding one’s voice, mission, and the whole-person model.
A well-written synthesis paper and a high-quality portfolio presentation
are crafted to integrate students’ learnings about leadership and to
provide a post-graduation plan for life-long leadership development.
Current and active involvement in a leadership position is required for
students in this class. Prerequisites: LDRS 201, LDRS 311, LDRS 322,
and LDRS 333