Dec 15, 2018  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog 
  
2018 - 2019 Academic Catalog

Leadership (Business Emphasis) (AGS) Degree Pathway


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The Associate of General Studies degree program in Leadership is designed to provide a conceptual framework for individuals to facilitate the implementation of successful leadership practices. Topics such as leadership styles, organizational leadership, and financial management provide a better understanding of the necessary components that form a successful organization, and how individuals at all levels of the organization can be responsible for positive organizational change. One does not need to be a leader in title to affect powerful personal and organizational payoffs.

Pathway Code: BUSL


General Education Requirements (30 hours)


Basic Skills (6 hours)


Computer Literacy (3 hours)


Humanities (6 hours)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments (ART, FOL, HIS, HUM, LIT, MIN, MUS, PHO, REL, THE) - Studio and Performance courses cannot be included.

For a list of course options click this link Humanities Elective(s) .

  • Humanities Elective - 3 hour(s) ______________________________________

Recommended elective:

Social Sciences (6 hours)


Complete courses from 2 Different Departments ANT, ECO, GEG, POL, PSY, SOC 

For a list of course options click this link Social Science Elective(s) .

The following are the recommended electives for this pathway:

Mathematics (3 hours)


Laboratory Sciences (5 hours)


Complete one 5 hour lab course from this list Lab Science Elective(s) .

  • Lab Science Elective _________________________________ 5 hour(s) 

Health & Physical Education (1 hour)


Complete any one course from this list Health & Physical Education Elective(s) .

  • Health & Physical Education Elective 1 hour(s) _______________________________

Pathway Electives (6 Hours)


Choose an additional 6 credits of electives from the following courses:

Total Hours 63


Depending on skill level and assessment scores, students may be required to take the necessary basic skill or prerequisite courses prior to enrolling in the program.

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