The Leadership Studies Core, in the non-traditional campus curriculum, provides intentionality in fulfilling the institution’s mission of “educating, equipping, and enriching Christian leaders.” Four courses focus on different aspects of leadership for Christians to be used in both church and the workplace. All non-traditional campus students are required to complete this 12-hour core as a part of their graduation requirements.
The Leadership Studies Core exists to educate, equip, and enrich Christians to be leaders.
Students completing the requirements in Leadership Studies will:
- Understand basic leadership theory in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, vision, admiration, delegation, and confrontation resolution.
- Understand and use the Bible as the foundation for leadership theory and practice.
- Understand and effectively engage group dynamics.
- Demonstrate skills in instruction.
- Demonstrate competencies in performing administrative tasks.
- Identify his/her own personal level of leadership giftedness.
- Serve in a variety of contexts (Christian Service).