Leadership and Management
The Leadership and Management minor promotes the conceptual awareness and practical abilities needed to supervise personnel and help organizations run efficiently, effectively and ethically. Students learn how to plan, budget, coordinate and influence within an organizational setting. Communication, problem-solving and decision-making are key skills that help students formulate strategic approaches to operational execution.
The Benefits of a Leadership and Management Studies Minor
Whether you want to work in the public or private sector, for a corporation or non-profit, or even for yourself as a small business owner, the business and leadership principles you learn in management prepare you for a successful career. They are relevant no matter what industry you work in. Those principles include:
- Human resources
Who should consider a minor in Leadership and Management?
A minor in Leadership and Management complements the following Bachelor’s degree programs:
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the University Catalog entry for this program.
Leadership and Management Minor Courses
Select three from the following:
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the Course Catalog entryfor this program.
Add a Minor
Add any of Ottawa University's minors to your degree to take it to the next level. A minor consists of at least 20 credit hours of which at least half of the credit hours are completed at Ottawa University.
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