Center for Leadership (LDRSHP)
LDRSHP 204-0 Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership (1 Unit) ULP students' introduction to six foundational leadership assets: asking powerful questions, navigating and leading amid change, inspiring others through narrative, mobilizing difference to maximize team performance, thriving in collaborative and hierarchical settings, and responding to setbacks and failure with resilience. Components include weekly lectures, guest speakers, and discussion groups.
LDRSHP 304-0 Leading From Design (1 Unit) Through readings, small group discussion, one-on-one coaching, self-assessment and reflecting on leadership and other life experiences, this course builds on the themes, models and concepts introduced in LDRSHP 204-0 (Paradigms and Strategies of Leadership), to help students develop a deeper self-awareness that serves as the foundation for the construction of their own individual leadership model.
LDRSHP 395-0 Special Topics in Leadership (0-1 Unit) Topics suggested by students or faculty members and approved by the department.
LDRSHP 396-0 Field Studies in Leadership (2 Units) Students have the opportunity to leave a positive "leadership footprint" by fostering the success of a group, organization, or community. Spending at least 160 hours outside the classroom, they undertake a leadership role, an internship or externship, or a community engagement experience, exploring leadership models and concepts through application. Consent of instructor required.