Take advantage of your natural tendency to be a leader.
With an interdisciplinary minor in leadership, you’ll examine the qualities of a good leader and gain needed skills to position yourself well for future opportunities.
A variety of classes, in areas such as philosophy, communications, management and psychology, will focus your attention, in a concentrated way, on a key goal of a Susquehanna liberal arts and science education-preparing you for a lifetime of leadership in a diverse and interdependent world.
You’ll learn how to work effectively within a team and solve problems, evaluate your own strengths and weaknesses as a leader, become more responsible for personal and interpersonal actions, and recognize how you can continue to grow and develop as a member of numerous communities within society.
How will this happen?
You’ll be required to serve in at least one leadership position on campus. Examples include, but aren’t limited to:
- Becoming a resident assistant
- Participating in the Student Government Association
- Being president of a club or an officer of a fraternity or sorority
- Serving as captain of a sports team
- Participating in ROTC
The leadership minor will conclude in a final leadership seminar class. In it, you’ll reflect on your experience as a leader on campus by engaging in workshop activities and learning how to further enhance those skills beyond Susquehanna University.