Presentation on theme: "Fast facts: -Approximately 900 students take LEAD 212 each fall. We encourage students to this take course in fall semester of freshman year because it."— Presentation transcript:
Fast facts: -Approximately 900 students take LEAD 212 each fall. We encourage students to this take course in fall semester of freshman year because it is a strong first year course to aid students in retention (use of small groups, discuss student strengths, connection with Mapworks) -By taking LEAD 212 students will receive -Students will develop their own philosophy of leadership and also network with other freshmen and upperclassmen LEAD 212: Introduction to Leadership Concepts Human Diversity within the U.S. Historical Perspectives
Fast facts: -Freshmen who have received a K-State scholarship are invited to enroll in LEAD 212, however: -Students do NOT have to take LEAD 212 to keep their scholarship -Students who have not received a scholarship CAN enroll in LEAD 212 -Students can take LEAD 212 without having to sign up for the Leadership Studies minor and are still encouraged to take the course -Prior to Orientation & Enrollment, Students will receive an from Leadership Studies with information about how to enroll. We will also have a booth during the browsing fair for questions. LEAD 212: Introduction to Leadership Concepts
LEAD 212 for Freshmen ALL sections of LEAD 212 in the fall semester are for first term freshmen ELP students enrolling in their first semester of regular courses may enroll in these sections LEAD 212 for Upperclassmen Fall 2013 Sect. NumberUnits Days Hours A LEC M9:30-11:20 a.m. B LEC T 1:30-3:20 p.m. C LEC U 1:30-3:20 p.m. D LEC W 11:30 a.m.-1:20 p.m. *CAT Community E LEC T 9:30-11:20 a.m. F LEC U 9:30-11:20 a.m. G LEC M 3:30-5:20 p.m. H LEC W2:30-4:20 p.m. I LEC W 9:30-11:20 a.m. *FYS & University Honors Program **this information is available on the line schedule Unique Section Offerings for Freshmen Students are able to take these sections in summer, or spring Offers a different format than large-lecture because college transition material is not covered as much Section D has 22 spots reserved for a CAT Community- Spanish in Action. Section I is offered as a First Year Seminar courses (22 person class). It is also reserved for University Honors Program. Obtain permission in 007 Leasure.
Leadership Studies Minor 18 credit hours – “Standard Focus” and “Nonprofit Focus” 4 core classes (same for both Standard and Nonprofit Focus) – LEAD 212 Introduction to Leadership Concepts (2 credit hours) – LEAD 350 Culture and Context (3 credit hours) – LEAD 405 Leadership in Practice (2 credit hours) – LEAD 450 Senior Seminar (2 credit hours) 3 elective categories (differs for Standard and Nonprofit Focus) – Ethics (3 credit hours) – Theories of Leadership and Organizational Behavior (3 credit hours) – Foundations and Applications (3 credit hours)
Leadership Studies Minor The School of Leadership Studies offers advising for all students interested in learning more about our minor and programs Students are required to sign up for an advising appointment before declaring the minor Students can sign up for an advising appointment in Room 103, Leadership Studies Building We have a Leadership Cluster Floor in Moore Residence Hall For enrollment questions, please contact: Lori Kniffin, Tamara Bauer,