Leadership Studies Minor Program Information
PO Box 70548
426 Warf-Pickel Hall
Johnson City, TN 37614
Phone: (423) 439-7683
Dr. Deborah Harley-McClaskey
The Interdisciplinary Minor in Leadership Studies is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and experiences to fulfill future leadership roles in community-based, healthcare, education, business, government, and nonprofit organizations. Developed to complement any major at ETSU, the minor consists of 21 credits and six portfolio experiences, Once the student has officially declared the intent to participate in the minor, it is strongly encouraged to seek advisement from the minor’s program advisor. It is recommended that the student begin work on the portfolio as soon as possible. Assignment of a leadership mentor is ideally determined with the advisor by the end of the junior year.
Two courses are required of all students in the minor, LEAD 2110 and LEAD 4467 . These courses meet the required competencies in leadership and management. Fifteen credits are to be taken from the prescribed core competency areas below. Nine (9) credits of the total minor must be Upper Division Courses (3000-4000 level). Additional information can be obtained from https://www.etsu.edu/coe/efse/edfn/leadership/