Leadership Track

Leadership Track is designed to create citizen scholars – individuals whose action is informed by theory.

Program Outcomes

  1. Develop a working, evolving and individual leadership theory or style.
  2. Practice leadership principles through their campus activities and continued community involvement.
  3. Identify opportunities to make social change.

Curricular Outline

To satisfy the Associate in Arts degree and the curricular aspect of the Leadership Program, students must complete the following courses:

Communications12
Select at least one of the following as Honors
Freshman Comp I Honors
FRESHMAN COMPOSITION I
Freshman Comp II-Honors
Freshman Comp II
Fundamentals of Speech- Honors
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
Interpersonal Comm - Honors
Interpersonal Communication
NEW STUDENT EXPERIENCE-HONORS
New Student Experience
Humanities6
Students must take one Core and one Institutional course, and they should select at least one that is an Honors course
Humanities
See Gen. Ed. Core Requirement +*~
Humanities
See Gen. Ed. Institutional Requirement +*~ (GR)
Mathematics6
MathSee Gen. Ed. Core Requirement
MathSee Gen. Ed. Core or Institutional Requirement
Social Sciences6
Students must take one Core and one Institutional course, and they should select at least one as an Honors course
CoreSelect One
US Hist 1877 to Pres Honors ~
U.S. History 1877 to Present
US Government Honors ~
U.S. Government
General Psychology-Honors ~
General Psychology
Introductory Sociology-Honors ~
Introductory Sociology
Institutional Select One
MODERN WESTERN CIVILIZATION-HONORS (GR) +*~
Modern Western Civ
International Politics Honors (GR) +*~
International Politics
Science6
ScienceSee Gen. Ed. Core Requirement
ScienceSee Gen. Ed. Core or Institutional Requirement
Additional Leadership Work Required
SLS 2940HService Learning-Honors2
or SLS 2941 ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP/INTERNSHIP EXPLORATION
SLS 2261HLeadership Development-Honors (only offered in Spring)3
Additional Honors Coursework9
Electives10
Total Credit Hours60

Note: At least 23 credits as outlined above are needed to earn the Seneff Honors College Scholars diploma.

Co-Curricular Component

Students will be required to participate in three approved co-curricular activities each term of enrollment (excluding summer). This may include designated campus and community service activities, leadership in campus student organizations, mentoring programs, speaker series, and/or service to the Honors College.