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|Requirements for Communications Minors|
|Core (12 hours)|
|CA 233||Introduction to Leadership||3 cr.|
|CA 235||Intercultural Communication||3 cr.|
|CA 490F||Professional Learning Experience: (Leadership)||3 cr.|
|CA 492||Organizational Leadership||3 cr.|
total core credit hours
|Electives (6 hours)
Choose two of the following (not from the same discipline) or
other courses as approved by program coordinator or department.
|CA 475||Case Studies in Communication Leadership||3 cr.|
|PC 321||Interpersonal Conflict Resolution||3 cr.|
|PS 341||Positive Psychology||3 cr.|
|PS 301||Social Psychology||3 cr.|
|CJ 310||Leadership and Team Building||3 cr.|
|PO 333||Public Management and Leadership||3 cr.|
total elective credit hours
Total minor credit hours
Note: Major requirements for a degree program are established by the University catalog at the time the major is declared.
Who Should Minor in Leadership
Students who have a desire to learn the principles of leadership while serving others and making a difference in our communities through meaningful change will benefit from the minor.
The leadership minor is designed as an interdisciplinary program to complement any area of academic study. Majors in areas such as communication arts, business and the social sciences will find the minor curriculum applicable and useful.
Why is Park's Faculty Going to Make a Difference for Me?
Our experienced faculty knew two decades ago that communicators needed as many skills as possible to succeed and they designed the curriculum to fit that belief. We think of our department as a community of scholars and learners working together to improve our professions.
For more information
Ken Christopher, D.P.A.
Assistant Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Program Coordinator, Leadership Minor