Student Learning Outcomes

  • Learn how to be an agent of social and organizational change;
  • Assist and empower others to successfully cope with personal, social and/or environmental problems;
  • Expand awareness of social welfare, interpersonal communication and advocacy skills, and government and non-profit leadership;
  • Develop 21st century leadership skills through the integration of holistic approaches to leadership, understanding interpersonal relationships, enacting social responsibility and advocacy, and engagement in self-reflection;
  • Develop the ability to look beyond the horizon and see around corners situating them to sustain and thrive as successful leaders;
  • Examine concepts of personal and organizational wellness that consider the whole person and through their own work through personal, organizational, and global contexts;
  • Transform as agents of change in their personal life and in their work environments.