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Minor in Leadership


The Minor in Leadership is a 15-hour program designed to give students a broad-based understanding of leadership. Students will explore leadership through the lens of a Christian worldview, understand key leadership theories and practices, and appreciate how principles from other fields can inform a multidisciplinary view of leadership. This program will allow students to engage in personal leadership development activities, participate in domestic or international travel-study courses, and understand how to apply leadership principles in their distinct vocational area of calling.


Credit hours

Required Core Curriculum
LED 4301 - Introduction to Leadership


Choose one of the following:


LED 4303 - Applied Biblical Servant Leadership
LED 4304 - Culture-Changing Christian Leaders

Choose one of the following:


LED 4305 - Leadership Lessons from Literature, Philosophy, and Psychology
LED 4308 - Great Leaders in History



Choose two of the following:
LED 3304 - Personal Leadership Development
LED 3305 - Special Topics on Leadership in the Student's Major Field of Study
LED 4302 - Vision-Casting and Leading Change
LED 4309 - Revolutionary Power: Leadership in the Lives of the Founding Fathers (Experiential Learning Trip to Washington, D.C.
LED 4313 - Revolutionary Change: Leading a Revolution Through Ideas (Experiential Learning Trip to Boston)
LED 4314 - Contemporary Global Issues (Experiential Learning Trip to Chile, China, or Europe)

Students can also take any of the following that they did not take as part of their Core:  LED 4303 or LED 4304. 

Total Credit Hours


Minimum GPA Required for Graduation from Dallas Baptist University: DBU requires a minimum institutional cumulative, major, and minor GPA of 2.0.

Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.


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