Being involved in leadership opportunities is a great way to learn. Taking a class on leadership development is another way to improve or further develop your skills. Below are two great classes available this upcoming academic year. This classes are great for students seeking to learn about or develop leadership, interested in student affairs, or interested in higher education.
UNIV 391: Student Development and Leadership Theory
When you begin your education at UNM, you also become a member of the Lobo community. Critical to this important transition are student leaders. This is a second half of the semester, 8-week three credit hour course. Course topics include student development theory, leadership development, communication skills and problem solving. This class is strongly recommended for students interested in applying for New Student Orientation Leader and Resident Advisor positions. Students interested in learning about leadership and development while engaging with fellow student leaders are welcome to enroll.
Second Half Spring 2016 Sections
|57584||014||TR||12:30-1:45 pm||TBD||Villar, Jose|
|57589||015||TR||2:00-3:15 pm||TBD||Martinez, Chriselle|
|57590||016||MWF||3:00-3:50 pm||TBD||Diaz, Leonel*|
The course is labeled as NSO Leadership, please be aware that this course is not just for perspective NSO leaders. This course is mislabeled.
*These sections will open as others fill up.
Course book(s): Exploring Leadership 3rd Edition by Susan R. Komives, Nance Lucas, Timothy R. McMahon
ECON 295: Topic: Understanding College Acc Costs & Quality
Learn about the economics of higher education in this course. You will learn about how budgets work in an educational institution and have the opportunity to observe the budget leadership team decision making process.
Course will be taught Spring 2016