SS 160 Leadership & Human Behavior

Leadership and Human Behavior fulfills the Social Science General Education requirement. This course introduces learners to the study of leadership from the perspective of the social sciences. Learners will focus on theoretical and empirical explorations of social interaction and human behavior by applying a broad array of social science approaches to explore questions central to an understanding of leadership. Interactive experiences will cause learners to become more active contributors and stewards across a wide range of professional, personal, and spiritual settings in their communities.


3 credits


Fall, Winter, Spring