Leadership Studies Minor
Leadership Studies at Cabrini focuses on a strong sense of self-awareness, personal relations, justice, fairness, and solidarity with those who are marginalized.
Leadership programs are designed to complement any other major or minor at Cabrini University.
The minor in Leadership Studies requires six courses for 18 credits, including a Gateway course that may also count towards a major or core-curriculum requirement and is usually taken during a student’s first year.
Requirements for the Minor in Leadership Studies
(all courses 3 credits unless noted)
LEADERSHIP CORE REQUIREMENTS
- LEAD 101 - Foundations of Leadership
- LEAD 201/PSY 201 - Metacognition for Leadership
- LEAD 212 - Group and Team Leadership
- LEAD 301 - Leadership Internship
- LEAD 303 - Global Leadership
GATEWAY COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Select one of the following course that have been designated as an “LD” course.
- COM 101 - Intro to Mass Communication
- ENG 234 - Writing for Leadership
- BUS 164 - Leadership Development
- HIS 106 - Europe in the Twentieth Century
- ECG 200 - Our Interconnected Hemisphere
- PHI 102 - Critical Thinking
- HBUS 304 - Business Ethics
- ECG 200 - Navajo and Pueblo Cross Cultural Seminar
- Successful completion of LEADStrong Program
Total credits: 18
Cabrini also offers a six-credit Leadership Studies Certificate.
Students who participate in leadership studies at Cabrini should consider some general principles.
Leadership development is one of the pillars of Cabrini’s mission statement and an institutional imperative.
Leadership is a way of thinking as much as it is a way of living.
Leadership of the self is the foundation for leadership development.
Leadership is about taking responsibility for your own action and the actions of those who you lead. Leaders are willing to hold themselves accountable to take responsibility when things go wrong.
Leadership education should be developmental; it takes time to process and build self‑awareness.
For more information, please contact:
Todd Matthews, PhD
Chair and Associate Professor,
Leadership and Organizational Development
Nerney Leadership Institute
Widener Center, 215