Open to all students in all majors. No pre-requisites.

This course may be especially interesting to rising freshman, sophomore, and junior students who are/will be in student leadership positions or who plan to pursue student leadership positions in the future.

EAD 315: Student Leadership Development
EAD 315 has been offered at MSU for over 40 years. The course is designed to prepare students for leadership roles on campus, as well as in their communities, careers, and organizational activities after graduation. Students examine several broad themes related to leadership: leadership language; self-awareness and personal management; awareness of values, ethics, motivations, strengths, and limitations; interculturalism and the importance of a global perspective; communication skills; group dynamics around decision-making, followership, power, and flexibility.

Summer 2016
2 sections offered, one in Summer Session I and one in Summer Session II. Both sections are offered online.

Fall 2016
7 sections offered. All sections are offered face-to-face.

Spring 2017
6 sections offered. All sections are offered face-to-face.

Please contact me ([log in to unmask]) or Dr. Bill Arnold ([log in to unmask]) with questions.

Thank you!

Trina Van Schyndel
Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education PhD Student
EAD 315 Coordinator
Department of Educational Administration
College of Education
Michigan State University