Dianna Rust, program coordinator
The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Studies degree with a concentration in Applied Leadership is an interdisciplinary program and includes courses from the following departments: Communication Studies, Management, Military Science, Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology, and University Studies. The University works with corporate partners that make available to their employees this Applied Leadership focus on building greater depth in leadership.
The Applied Leadership concentration provides students with undergraduate certificates of 10 credit hours each covering topics needed in today’s business environment.
- Certificate in Leadership Theory
- Certificate in Communication and Problem-Solving
- Certificate in Leading Teams
- Certificate in Leading People and Managing Change
Each certificate consists of two seven-week online courses and a 40-hour onsite intensive training with additional online coursework. Completion of the Certificate in Leadership Theory, two additional certificates, and PRST 4999 will fulfill the major requirements of the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Integrated Studies, Applied Leadership concentration. Students must also meet all general education and other MTSU degree requirements. Elective course requirements for adult learners are often fulfilled through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program, which evaluates college-level learning gained through work, training, certifications, licensure, military, and other programs. Details about the program should be discussed with student’s advisor.
This specialized curriculum is for adult learners employed in business and industry.