The undergraduate Minor in Leadership Studies (LDAG) provides students with formal instruction of leadership theory and practices necessary to be successful leaders in future career roles. The 15 hour curriculum prepares students to be effective industry, community, and organizational leaders. Students explore leadership roles in their future contexts, develop an awareness of personal leadership characteristics, and apply leadership theories and models to future professional experiences. The coursework includes nine credits of foundational leadership concepts, three credit hours in a specialized area of leadership, and three hours in a capstone seminar.
Eligibility Requirements to Declare Minor in Leadership Studies
- Students are encouraged to have completed or be currently enrolled in ALED 202.
- Students must have a cumulative 2.5 GPR or higher and be in good standing with Texas A&M University.
- Students must have completed 70 hours or less at time of application.
- Students must have a declared major.
All credits for the Minor in Leadership Studies must be passed with a grade of C or higher.
Required Foundational Courses (9 credits)
- ALED 202—Introduction to Leadership
- ALED 301—Personal Leadership Education
- ALED 340—Survey of Leadership Theory
Specialized Leadership Courses (3 credits; select 1 course)
- ALED 300- 499
Capstone Seminar (3 credits)
- ALED 481—Seminar
If you are interested in adding LDAG as a minor, please schedule an appointment with Allison Dunn, the Leadership Studies Minor advisor, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be as detailed as possible in the email so the advisor can better assist you.
For general questions regarding our undergraduate programs, please contact Mrs. Charlene Boggus at 979.862.3001.