Leadership Development is the undergraduate honors program for the Stillman School of Business. Students in the Leadership Program must be admitted to the Stillman School. In addition to the academic requirements, students must complete 40 hours of community service, participate in the mentor program during their junior year, hold leadership positions both on and off campus to complement their studies, attend leadership functions and maintain an overall GPA of 3.2.
In addition to the Stillman School and liberal arts cores and the courses needed for a concentration, students must take the courses listed below. Some of the courses are leadership students only and will be designated with a LS suffix. Students may enter both the Leadership Development program and the University's Honors program. Students enrolled in both Leadership and the University Honors Program are not required to take COST 1600, SOCI 1101, RELS 1102/1502, and ANTH 2912.
- BMIS 2701 LS Management Information Systems
- COST 1600 LS Oral Communication
- SOCI 1101 LS Understanding Society
- RELS 1102* LS Introduction to the Bible
- RELS 1502* LS Contemporary Moral Values
- BACC 2103 Financial Accounting
- ANTH 2912 LS Qualitative Field Research Methods
- BINT 3001 LS Global Business
- BMGT 2503 Organizational Behavior
- BMGT 4562 LS Negotiation
- BPOL 5000 LS Business Policy
*Religions are offered on a rotating basis each year. Students take one of the religion courses.
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