Undergraduate College

Ethics and Leadership Minor

The minor in Ethics and Leadership is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide students with a strong foundation for reasoned moral decision-making and effective, values-based leadership. A core set of required courses introduces students to basic issues in the field of leadership studies and provides opportunities to put ideas and theory into practice. Elective courses from a variety of disciplines build upon the core, contributing further to a unique set of skills and abilities for ethical leadership.

 

 Requirements
 
Foundations of Leadership: ELP 0100 (3 credits)
 
Leadership Ethics: ELP 0200 (3 credits)  
Leadership Skills: ENC 0120 (1 credit)  
Service Learning in Ethics: PHI S0273 (1 credit)  

One Course From Each of the Following Areas:

  • Interpersonal & Group Communication
  • Creative & Critical Thinking
  • Ethics, Social Responsibility & Moral Decision Making
  • Leadership, Organizations and Change

Attendance at 8 events sponsored by the Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility
 

More Information

Alan A. Preti, Ph.D.

Director, Institute for Ethical Leadership and Social Responsibility
apreti@rosemont.edu
610.527.0200 x2345