(3 credits)Prerequisites: Successful completion of 60 credit hours. The study of leadership from a historical and contemporary perspective. Students identify, apply, and reflect on aspects of leadership development, including concepts of personal change toward effective leadership in a changing environment. Topics cover personal assessment and development, values and ethics, power and influence, followership, group dynamics, controversy with civility, and citizenship. Students observe a decision-making group outside of class over the course of the semester.