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  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Course Catalog

Creative Leadership Minor


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Contact:

Academic Director:

Arthur Jensen, Senior Associate Dean/Professor, College of Visual and Performing Arts, 315-443-5890, adjensen@syr.edu

Administrative Director:

Eileen M. Julian, Senior Program Administrator, University College, 315-443-1317, emjulian@syr.edu

Faculty:

Faculty from schools/colleges across campus, in addition to Michael Evans and Susan Conklin (part-time instructors).

Description:

The Creative Leadership minor is an interdisciplinary minor that gives students the opportunity to study creativity, leadership, communication and problem-solving issues. This minor contributes to creating future professionals with a breadth of interpersonal skills necessary to collaborate across industries. This minor requires completion of 18 credits.

Admission:

3.0 GPA (based on completion of 30 credits).

Must enter program no later than first semester of junior year.

The minor is open to Syracuse University undergraduate students in good standing with the approval of their home college.  Not available for students in The Martin J. Whitman School of Management.

To be admitted to the program, students must submit a Declaration of Minor form to their academic advisor, the Bachelor of Professional Studies Academic Director and their home college Dean’s office.

Declaration of Minor forms accepted anytime.

The minor is administered by University College with the involvement of other schools and colleges within Syracuse University. Each student should consult with their UC Academic Advisor to structure a plan for degree completion.

Student Learning Outcomes


1. Explain the importance of professional relationships and networking

2.  Identify possible causes for conflict in professional situations and propose creative scenarios for resolution

3. Apply knowledge gained to systematically problem-solve

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