Minor in Agricultural Leadership
The only constant is change. Leaders create and manage change through interactive processes with people and systems. Today's leadership is less dependent on formal authority and more dependent on relationships, trust, and power; thus- anyone has the potential to lead. Leadership can be learned. The minor in Agricultural Leadership empowers students to become leaders and change agents by developing key strategic planning, communications, coaching, and evaluation skills to facilitate individual and team growth.
A student must complete 15 credits of coursework related to leadership and personal development from the list of approved courses. The coordinator of the minor must approve courses not on the list. With appropriate approval, an internship with a focus upon providing the student practical experiences in leadership and supervisory roles can be counted toward the 15 credit requirement.
|AG_ED_LD 2250||Introduction to Leadership||3|
|AG_ED_LD 2260||Team and Organizational Leadership||3|
|AG_ED_LD 2270||Leadership Development in Youth Organizations||3|
|AG_ED_LD 3010||Leadership in Today's World||3|
|AG_ED_LD 4240||Leading Organizational and Community Change||3|
|AG_ED_LD 4340||Designing and Delivering Educational/Leadership Programs||3|
|AGSC_COM 2220||Verbal Communication in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources||3|
|ABM 2223||Agricultural Sales||3|
|ABM 3241W||Ethical Issues in Agriculture - Writing Intensive||3|
|ABM 3283||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship||3|
|PRST 3210||Personnel Management and Leadership||3|
Application for Minor
Students interested in this minor should complete the online form located on the CAFNR website.