Leadership Studies Minor

Electives

The courses listed below are pre-approved electives for the Leadership Studies Minor. This is not an exhaustive list since new courses are offered each semester that may be ideal as LSM electives. If there is a course you would like to use to fulfill your elective requirements and it is not listed below, please contact us at leadershipminor@ku.edu for details on the petition process.

Ethics (3 Hours)

  • BBA 403/MGMT 405 – Ethical Decision Making in Business (School of Business)
  • COMS 450 - Ethical Issues in Political Communication

  • HSES 381 – Sports Ethics (School of Education)
  • HUM 510 – Science, Technology, and Society
  • JOUR 608 – Ethics and Professional Practice (School of Journalism)
  • MGMT 405 - Ethical Decision Making in Business (School of Business)
  • NURS 334 – Professional Development II: Images, Roles, and Ethics (School of Nursing)
  • NURS 455 - Legal/Ethical Foundation for Nursing Practice (School of Nursing)
  • PCS 565 – The Literature of Human Rights
  • PHIL 160 or 161 Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 360 - Moral Issues in Business
  • PHIL 365 - Moral Issues in the Professions
  • PHIL 368 – Moral Issues in Sports
  • PHIL 370 – Moral Issues in Medicine
  • PHIL 375 – Moral Issues in Computer Technology
  • PHIL 380 – Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 670 – Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • PHIL 671 – Feminist Theories in Ethics
  • PHIL 672 – History of Ethics
  • PHIL 676 – Medical Ethics: Life and Death Issues
  • PHIL 677 - Medical Ethics: Professional Responsibilities
  • PHPR 620 – Ethics and Introduction to Law (School of Pharmacy)
  • POLS 528 - Environmental Justice and Public Policy
  • POLS 645 – Corruption, Crisis, and Scandal
  • POLS 674 – International Ethics
  • EPSY 760 – Ethics, Law, and Professional Issues in School Psychology (School of Education)
  • PUAD 432 – Conducting the People’s Business Ethically
  • REL 377 - Religion and Moral Decisions
  • REL 665 - Religious Ethics
  • SOC 160 or 161 - Social Problems and American Values

Community Development (3 Hours)

  • AAAS 557 – Cities and Development
  • ABSC 150 or 151 - Community Leadership

  • BSC 310 or 311 - Building Healthy Communities
  • AIR 344/348 - Leadership Studies (Military Studies)
  • AMS 540 – Culture, Space, and Power in Urban America

  • ARMY 401 - Concepts of Military Management (Military Studies)
  • ECON 515 or 516 – Income Distribution and Inequality
  • ECON 530 American Economic Development
  • ECON 540 – Recent American Economic History
  • ELPS 200 – Making Connections between School and Community (School of Education)
  • EVRN 320 – Environmental Policy Analysis
  • ENRN 620 – Environmental Politics and Policy
  • EVRN 628 – The Politics of Public Health
  • GEOG 377 - Urban Geography
  • JOUR 320 – Stratcom I: Introduction to Strategic Communication I (School of Journalism)
  • MGMT 310 - Organizational Behavior (School of Business)

  • MGMT 311 - Organizational Behavior HN

  • MGMT 470 – Leadership in Business Organizations (School of Business)
  • MGMT 498 – Management and Leadership
  • NAVY 401 - Principles of Naval Organizations and Management (Military Studies)
  • NAVY 402 – Seminar in Military Leadership and Management (Military Studies)
  • NURS 440 - Leadership and Management in Nursing (School of Nursing)
  • PHPR 619 - Health Care Systems (School of Pharmacy)
  • POLS 520 - Political Communication
  • POLS 566 – Social Welfare, Taxation, and the Citizen
  • POLS 614 – Urban Politics
  • POLS 615 - Campaigns and Elections
  • POLS 616 - Interest Group Politics
  • POLS 620 – Formation of Public Policy
  • POLS 621 – Public Policy Analysis
  • POLS 623 – The Politics of Social Policy
  • POLS 628 – The Politics of Public Health
  • PSYC 360/361 – Social Psychology
  • PSYC 492 - Psychology and Social Issues
  • PUAD 330 or 331 – Introduction to Public Administration
  • PUAD 333 – Hard Choices in Public Administration
  • PUAD 431 – Bureaucracy, Public Administration, and the Private Sector
  • PUAD 433 – Metropolitics and Macroproblems: The American City in Local and Global Context
  • PUAD 435 – Generating, Allocating, and Managing Public Resources
  • SOC 160/161 – Social Problems & American Values
  • SOC 306 – Principles of Social Problems
  • SOC 312 – Population & Society
  • SOC 320 - Organizations in Society
  • SOC 340 - The Community
  • SOC 341 - Urban Sociology

  • SOC 342 – Sociology of Immigration
  • SOC 520 – Groups and Associations
  • SOC 520 – Groups and Associations
  • SOC 671 - Social Movements
  • SW 220 - Social Work, Social Welfare and U.S. Society (School of Social Welfare)
  • SW 532 - Community and Organizational Dynamics and Human Behavior

  • SW 621 – Social Policy Analysis and Advocacy
  • WGSS 351 – Women and Leadership: The Legislative Process

Leadership, Diversity and Culture (3 Hours)

  • AAAS 306 - The Black Experience in the US since Emancipation
  • AAAS 317 – African American Women: Colonial Era to Present
  • AAAS 330 - Black Leadership
  • AAAS 388 - The Black Woman
  • AAAS 470 – Language and Society in Africa
  • AAAS 510/SOC 534 - Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • AAAS 511 - The Civil Rights Movement
  • AAAS 525 - Social History of Black Aging in America
  • ABSC 437 - Independent Living and People with Disabilities
  • AMS 110/ SOC – American Identities
  • AMS 260 – America’s Latinos/Latinas
  • AMS 522/SOC 522 - American Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • AMS 534 – Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • ANTH 376 - North American Indians

  • ANTH 563 - Cultural Diversity in the United States
  • COMS 246 - Introduction to Intercultural Communication
  • COMS 440 – Communication and Gender
  • COMS 447 - Intercultural Communication: The Afro-American
  • COMS 547 - Communication and Culture
  • C&T 235 - Multicultural Education (School of Education)
  • ENGL 323 – Twentieth Century Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 340 - Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literature
  • ENGL 337 - Introduction to U.S. Latino/a Literature
  • ENGL 338 - Introduction to African American Literature
  • ENGL 571 – American Indian Literature
  • ENGL 572 - Women and Literature
  • ENGL 573 – US Latina/o Literature
  • ENGL 574 – African American Literature
  • FMS 317 – Race and the American Documentary
  • FMS 410 – Race, Class, and Gender in Visual Culture
  • GEOG 150 – Environment, Culture, and Society
  • HIST 312 – American Culture, 1877 to Present
  • HIST 319 - History, Women, and Diversity in the US
  • HIST 324 – History of Women and the Body
  • HIST 348 - History of the Peoples of Kansas
  • HIST 531 – History of American Women—1870-Present
  • HIST 619 - History of the American Indian
  • HIST 620 – History of Kansas
  • HIST 622 - History of the Plains Indians
  • HIST 631 - The Contemporary African American
  • IBUS 633 - Comparative and Cross Cultural Management

  • JOUR 534 - Diversity in Media (School of Journalism)

  • LING 320 or 321 - Language in Culture and Society

  • LING 345 – Language and Gender
  • MKTG 440 Global Marketing
  • POLS 512 – Latino Politics
  • PUAD 602 – Diversity in Public Administration
  • SOC 326 – Health, Gender and Society
  • SOC 352 - Sociology of Sex Roles
  • SOC 371 - Marginal Groups and Subcultures
  • SOC 450 – Gender and Society
  • SOC 454 – Women and Work
  • SOC 521 – Wealth, Power, and Inequalities
  • SOC 522 – American Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 534 – Comparative Racial and Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 535 – Gender in the Global Context
  • SOC 536 – Ethnicity in the United States
  • THR 327 – African-American Theatre and Drama
  • THR 529 - Race and the American Theater
  • WGSS 102 – Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, HN

  • WGSS 317 – African American Women: Colonial Era to Present
  • WGSS 327 – Perspectives in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Studies
  • WGSS 330 - Women in Contemporary African Literature
  • WGSS 389 – The Anthropology of Gender: Female, Male, and Beyond
  • WGSS 511 - History of American Women: 1870 to Present


Events

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