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UCO’s Leadership Minor provides students a foundation for modeling effective change and can be tailored to fit any degree program. Selected courses will require involvement in activities providing practical experiences in leadership opportunities.
Students with a minor in Leadership will find themselves more marketable after graduation as well as better prepared to be productive members of a changing workforce and changing society. One of the single greatest determining factors of success is the ability to be a highly effective leader.
Leadership skills are valued and respected and have become increasingly pursued in the workforce. UCO offers the Leadership Minor which provides students with essential leadership qualities and principles that will enhance and solidify success both in the classroom and the workplace.
Selected courses will require involvement in activities providing practical experiences in leadership opportunities. Students with a minor in Leadership will find themselves more marketable after graduation, as well as better prepared to be productive members of a changing workforce and changing society.
Review the descriptions of required courses in the leadership minor program.
Declare a Minor
Students are able to change a major and/or minor at any point during their academic career. In order to change a major or minor, the student must meet with their academic advisor first.
Find out when courses required for the Leadership minor are offered so you can plan your schedule.
Internships are an excellent way to receive credit toward your Leadership minor, make connections with business leaders and policy makers, and put the skills you have learned into action.