LSS 3000


  • Credits: 3.00
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No prerequisites.


Offered all semesters.

Principles of Leadership

Examines the keys to effective leadership in both personal and interpersonal contexts. Uses group exercises, case analysis, role-playing, lecture, multimedia methods, and out-of-class research. Students develop practical skills in trust building, goal setting, time management, team building, communication, and group process. Students complete the Franklin Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People curriculum and receive certificates widely respected throughout corporate America. Emphasizes ethical leadership, personal responsibility, and community service. Provides significant benefits for all career fields, including business, government, and the non-profit sector. Open to all students. Cross listed as IDS 3010. This course fulfills 3 s.h. of the Business Administration requirement for 9 s.h. of 3000/4000 level electives.


Andrew Ziegler, Jr., Professor of Political Science; Director of the Tally Center for Leadership Development

Dr. Andrew Ziegler, Jr.

Interim Dean, School of Public Affairs
(910) 630-7488

Friends of Music presents Nyamsaikhan Odsuren

Presented by Friends of Music

Nyamsaikhan “Nyamka” Odsuren is a violinist and a conductor from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, where he started...