Undergraduate Major and Minor Programs
The Leadership Studies program at San Diego State University (SDSU) offers both a major and a minor. Both the Leadership Studies major and minor are designed to develop self-aware, culturally competent, and transformational leaders, and offer students the opportunity to participate in experiential learning opportunities, such as internships and service learning projects. These experiences give students the chance to practice their leadership skills in real-world settings.
The Leadership Studies major is also multidisciplinary and includes courses from a variety of departments, such as psychology, communication, education, business, public administration, philosophy, political science, journalism and media studies, and cultural diversity. The major is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in which leadership skills are essential.
The Leadership Studies minor is interdisciplinary and open to all undergraduate students, regardless of their major. It consists of required coursework, hands-on learning experiences (internships, service learning, and leadership roles), elective coursework, and a capstone class.
Graduates of the Leadership Studies program are prepared for a variety of careers in which leadership skills are essential. Some common career paths include:
- Public service
- Human resources
If you are interested in developing your leadership skills and preparing for a career in which leadership is essential, the Leadership Studies program at SDSU is a great option for you.