Leadership Studies (LSHP)

Courses

LSHP 1101. INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP. 1 Hour.

A continuation of the Goolsby BNSF Early Leader Freshman Interest Group that will strengthen students' skills that lead to success in business. Faculty and staff will assist in implementing individualized corrective measures. Technical writing will be taught and evaluated. Elective only; does not count as a part of the professional certification requirements. Pass-fail grades will be awarded. For entering freshmen or entering transfer students.

LSHP 4311. LEADER AS COMMUNICATOR. 3 Hours.

Helps students excel in written and oral communication skills. Assignments include writing short papers, making oral presentations, and learning to critique one another. This course provides a perspective on leadership in formal organizations with emphasis on communication, exercising influence, decision-making, and conflict management. Prerequisite: Admission to the Goolsby Leadership Academy.

LSHP 4312. LEADER ETHICS. 3 Hours.

Addresses rule-based, consequential, and virtue ethics by examining intentions, actions, and consequences of individual behavior. The course emphasizes the development of character and personal integrity. Prerequisite: Admission to the Goolsby Leadership Academy or permission of the Goolsby Leadership Academy Director.

LSHP 4313. SENIOR EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP. 3 Hours.

Course consists of a series of lectures by executives who provide insight into their own unique leadership skills and development. Prerequisite: Admission to the Goolsby Leadership Academy.

LSHP 4314. LEADERSHIP IN CONTEXT. 3 Hours.

Designed to assist Goolsby Fellows to be competent in an intercultural world. The heart of the course is aimed at appreciating human diversity and variance. Prerequisite: Admission to the Goolsby Leadership Academy or permission of the Goolsby Leadership Academy Director.

LSHP 4315. EXECUTIVE INTERNSHIP. 3 Hours.

This internship experience places Goolsby Fellows in field settings with executives from the college's Advisory Council and other executive leaders in specialized areas for students. Prerequisite: Admission to the Goolsby Leadership Academy or permission of the Goolsby Leadership Academy Director.