Brochure 1 - Troy University

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Brochure 1 - Troy University

What will a minor

in Leadership do

for me?

Give you skills, knowledge

and perspective to lead

more effectively now and

in the future—to be an

impact player that can

make a difference in the

lives of others and in

organizations to which

you belong.

“If your actions

inspire others

to dream more,

learn more, do

more and become

more, you are a

leader.”

John Quincy Adams

“Great leaders

must first become

servants.”

Jesus

T ROY

UNIVERSITY

Who should minor in Leadership?

Those who want to:

• Make a difference

• Stretch their boundaries

• Be servant-leaders to others

• Reach their God-given potential

• Enjoy a practical, hands-on experience

• Engage in a life-long pursuit of excellence

• Develop character, competence and confidence

“TROY’s minor in Leadership Development not

only provided opportunities for me to become

involved in the Campus, Community and State;

but has also built my communication skills and

confidence as a leader. With the knowledge

and skills attained through the Leadership

Minor, I will be able to lead successfully in the

public and political sectors.”

– Cody Farrill, SGA President

Where can I get more

information on the

Leadership Minor?

Contact:

Leadership Development

268 Smith Hall

Troy University

Troy, Alabama 36082

334-670-3389 or 5686

leadership@troy.edu

Please visit: www.troy.edu

Click on Academics, Scroll

down to Leadership

“Leadership is the

management of

hope.”

Chancellor Jack

Hawkins

If “ you can’t

communicate,

don’t try to lead. “

Dr. John Kline

Professor & Director

Leadership Development

Minor In

Leadership

Development

Troy University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s. education

specialist, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions

about the accreditation of Troy University. The Commission is to be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution’s significant

non-compliance with a requirement or standard.


Troy UniversityMinor in Leadership Development

Troy University

is determined to

build on its legacy

of leadership to

be an exemplary

institution of higher

education—in how

it conducts itself and in how it educates and encourages

its students to be the leaders our state,

nation and world need today and in the days

ahead. Our excellent and very practical minor in

Leadership helps us make good on that commitment.”

– Chancellor Jack Hawkins

Chancellor Jack Hawkins

What Leadership Courses

are required?

LDR 1100: Introduction to Leadership (3 hrs)

LDR 2200: Tools of Leadership (3 hrs)

LDR 3300: Leadership Theory (3 hrs)

LDR 4400: Chancellor’s Capstone Leadership

Seminar (3 hrs)

In the first three courses, students (1) learn the value

of service, ethics, listening and group dynamics; (2)

master presentational, delegation, media relations

and personal management skills; and (3) discover how

practical leadership theory applies to them as leaders.

These courses build toward the Capstone Leadership

Seminar.

The Capstone Seminar is co-taught by the Chancellor

and the Director of the Institute for Leadership

Development and features instruction by them as

well as presentations by such individuals as CEO’s of

the Retirement Systems of Alabama, ALFA Insurance,

COVAN World-Wide Moving, the founder of an 80 person

nationally known law firm, Commanding General

Officers, elected officials, and officials of Leadership

Montgomery. Students also receive etiquette training

and participate in a day-long field trip to state governmental

and corporate offices.

What other courses count

toward the 18 hour minor?

LDR 3333: Great Leaders (3 hrs)

LDR 4403: Issues in Contemporary Leadership (1 hr)

May be repeated multiple times with different issues—

including political or social leaders, and leaders from

the Old Testament, Prophets, and New Testament.

LDR 4444: Leadership Internship (3-6 hrs)

LDR 4450: Leadership Service Learning (1-6 hrs)

LDR 4493-4494: Independent Study (1-3 hrs)

More new classes to be added

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Contact:

Leadership Development

334-670-3389 or 5686

leadership@troy.edu

Please visit: www.troy.edu

Put: Leadership Development

in the search bar

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