MNGT 5870: Leadership for Global Citizenship (London)
Online Course Dates: April 15 – May 31, 2013
International Onsite Dates: May 20 - 24, 2013
Course Number: MNGT 5870
Credit Hours: 3
Leadership for Global Citizenship is a trans-disciplinary and experiential hybrid course. It has been designed to inspire participants to consider the complex concepts of “leadership” and “global citizenship” so that they can develop their own understanding of their context and their inter-connectedness. To enable a quest for global citizenship, the course explores leadership from a holistic perspective as it recognizes that leaders interact concurrently with a variety of stakeholders in multiple, complex and dynamic settings.
Students will engage in self-discovery, consider case studies and develop informed perspectives relating to issues of key concern to the global corporate community. The course content is structured around thematic units addressing the changing nature of leadership, global ethics, communication and confidence building, group synergies and organizational learning, the globalization of financial crisis, leaders as futurists and innovators.
Six weeks of online instruction will be followed by a trip to London incorporating activities centered around the course's thematic topics which include corporate visits, guest lectures and a residential leadership training weekend.
Tuition - Summer 2013 Online Tuition
Study Abroad Fee (non-refundable after deadline) - $150
Program Fee - $2,000 (see Course Information for details)
Deadline (for application and deposit) - March 1, 2013
Instructors - Maria Charalambous - email@example.com - Kit Barton - firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please Note: A deposit will be refunded if there are not enough enrollments and the program is canceled. A deposit is non-refundable after the deadline only if the program has sufficient enrollments and a student withdraws or drops the program. Deposit goes toward program costs.
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