These courses provide education in leadership and government.
Leadership Skills Development
Community Leadership Development 300 3 Units 54 Lecture Hours Prerequisite: None Acceptable for Credit: CSU
This course provides an introduction to leadership and examines leadership theory and organizational behavior. It emphasizes leadership procedures and functions with regard to the community college experience. All students interested in learning and experiencing leadership, especially those comfortable with both oral and written communication, are encouraged to enroll.
Student Government 300 2 Units 36 Lecture Hours, 18 Lab Hours Prerequisite: None Acceptable for Credit: CSU
This course is an introduction to the dynamics of working groups. It provides theory and practice in leadership, parliamentary procedure, committee techniques, and organizational behavior. The emphasis is on governmental procedures and functions as these apply to student leadership. Students can anticipate participation in the student association and related committees.
Additional leadership curriculum is currently being designed to meet the diverse needs of the students, campus, and community. Eventually we hope to offer an academic certificate in leadership. Besides courses, Student Leadership and Development offers and provides workshops, seminars, retreats, and other training opportunities in leadership and related areas. For more information, contact Kim Beyrer.