Seneff Honors College

 

Leadership Track - Osceola Campus

The Leadership Track is designed to create citizen scholars -- individuals whose action is informed by theory. Students completing this track will graduate with a Service Learning recognition.

Leadership

Program Outcomes

  • Develop a working, evolving and individual leadership theory or style.
  • Practice leadership principles through their campus activities and continued community involvement.
  • Identify opportunities to make social change.

Curricular Outline

To satisfy the curricular aspect of the Leadership Program, students must complete the following courses:

SLS 2261H LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT - HONORS 3
SLS 2940H SERVICE LEARNING 2
or SLS 2941 ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP/INTERNSHIP EXPLORATION
Select at least two of the following: 6
SPC 1608H FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH - HONORS or
SPC 1017H INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION - HONORS
ENC 1101H FRESHMAN COMPOSITION I - HONORS
ENC 1102H FRESHMAN COMPOSITION II - HONORS
Humanities See Gen. Ed. Institutional Hours (GR) +*~
Humanities See Gen. Ed. Institutional Hours (GR) +*~
Select at least one of the following: 3
AMH 2020H UNITED STATES HISTORY 1877 TO PRESENT - HONORS ~
EUH 2001H MODERN WESTERN CIVILIZATION - HONORS
INR 2002H INTERNATIONAL POLITICS HONORS +*~
POS 2041H U.S. GOVERNMENT - HONORS ~
PSY 2012H GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - HONORS ~
SYG 2000H INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY- HONORS. ~
Additional honors work (students are encouraged to work with an advisor to choose honors courses that fulfill general education and prerequisite requirements for their intended majors. 9

Note: At least 23 credits as outlined above are needed to earn an honors diploma.

Co-Curricular Component

Students will be required to participate in a minimum of 15 hours of approved co-curricular activities each term of enrollment (excluding summer). This may include community service, campus leadership, involvement with Phi Theta Kappa activities, mentoring programs, speaker series, and/or service to the Honors College.