Leadership Track is designed to create citizen scholars – individuals whose action is informed by theory.
- Develop a working, evolving and individual leadership theory or style.
- Practice leadership principles through their campus activities and continued community involvement.
- Identify opportunities to make social change.
To satisfy the Associate in Arts degree and the curricular aspect of the Leadership Program, students must complete the following courses:
|Select at least one of the following as Honors|
|Freshman Comp I Honors|
or ENC 1101
|FRESHMAN COMPOSITION I|
|Freshman Comp II-Honors|
or ENC 1102
|Freshman Comp II|
|Fundamentals of Speech- Honors|
or SPC 1608
|FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH|
or SPC 1017H
|Interpersonal Comm - Honors|
or SPC 1017
|NEW STUDENT EXPERIENCE-HONORS|
or SLS 1122
|New Student Experience|
|Students must take one Core and one Institutional course, and they should select at least one that is an Honors course|
See Gen. Ed. Core Requirement +*~
|Math||See Gen. Ed. Core Requirement|
|Math||See Gen. Ed. Core or Institutional Requirement|
|Students must take one Core and one Institutional course, and they should select at least one as an Honors course|
|US Hist 1877 to Pres Honors ~|
or AMH 2020
|U.S. History 1877 to Present|
|US Government Honors ~|
or POS 2041
|General Psychology-Honors ~|
or PSY 2012
|Introductory Sociology-Honors ~|
or SYG 2000
|MODERN WESTERN CIVILIZATION-HONORS (GR) +*~|
or EUH 2001
|Modern Western Civ|
|International Politics Honors (GR) +*~|
or INR 2002
|Science||See Gen. Ed. Core Requirement|
|Science||See Gen. Ed. Core or Institutional Requirement|
|Additional Leadership Work Required|
|SLS 2940H||Service Learning-Honors||2|
|SLS 2261H||Leadership Development-Honors (only offered in Spring)||3|
|Additional Honors Coursework||9|
|Total Credit Hours||60|
Note: At least 23 credits as outlined above are needed to earn the Seneff Honors College Scholars diploma.
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.