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1 B.S. Degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies The degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies (LOS) combines a liberal arts program with the study of how organizations operate and how leadership functions. It emphasizes the critical need to understand and work with people, the dynamics of change, the interdisciplinary nature of organizational operations, and the practical application of theories and leadership concepts. Drawing on faculty from diverse backgrounds, leadership and organizational studies is designed to prepare students for work in the nonprofit, public, or private sectors. Graduates of this program work in management, human resources, information technology, health care, education, training and development, and many other fields. Many also go on to various graduate programs. The core courses of the LOS major will introduce students to the theory and practice of organizational behavior and leadership with emphasis on communication skills, problem solving, critical thinking, key quantitative skills, and team functioning. This degree is also available fully on-line. Prerequisite Courses (4 credits)* Credits LAC 112 Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets (prerequisite for LOS 304) (may test out) 1 LOS 250 Organizational Accounting or its equivalent (prerequisite for LOS 304) 3 *It is assumed that all students will be computer literate. If you need help in this area please contact the LAC computer tutors for help. Note: Before taking 300-level courses in this major, students must have completed a 100-level college writing course with at least a grade of C+ (or an equivalent). No more than two courses from outside the major may be used toward completion of the requirements for the major without permission of an advisor. Students who believe they have a very good case for more transfer credit may write a formal appeal for consideration by the full LOS faculty. A further critical component of the LOS degree program is the internship, selected with the assistance of the director of field experience. Students identify an organization that will enable them to evaluate potential career opportunities and develop workplace skills. Prior to the internship, students participate in seminars where they learn aspects of career decision making and launching a successful career. Requirements for the Major (35credits) Credits LCC 150 Statistics for Informed Decision Making 3 LCC 370 Toward a Global Ethics 4 LOS 447 Internship 3 LCC 480 Senior Seminar 3 LOS 300* Organizational Theory 4 LOS 301 Group Dynamics 3 LOS 304 Organizational Budgeting 3 LOS 329 Research Methods 3 LOS 369 Exploring Careers, Exploring Life Roles 1.5 LOS 350* Leadership 3 LOS 413 Job Search Skills for the 21st Century 1.5 LOS 440 Organizational Change and Development 3 *All LOS majors must earn a grade of B- or better in both LOS 300 and LOS350. In addition to completing these specific course requirements for the major, baccalaureate degree students must meet the proficiency and residency requirements of the University of Southern Maine and complete the Core curriculum as well as a minimum of 120 credit hours of coursework. Prerequisites for major courses may be met through specific courses, through any one of several programs of prior learning assessment sponsored by USM, or through waiver by the instructor of the course. Please note that LCC 310 was formerly LOS 310 and simultaneously meets an LCC core requirement and counts as an LOS elective, as do all classes above. LOS Electives (18 Credits) LOS Electives are listed in the Individual Minors, Concentrations, and Certificates below. They can be selected based on student interest or as concentrations, etc. Lewiston Common Core* (LCC Credits) Entry Phase Credits LCC 110 College Writing: Language and Literacies (CW) 3 or LCC 111 College Writing: Language and Literacies: Enrichment (CW) 4 LCC 130 The Biology of Human Health w/lab (SE) USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

2 or LCC 230 Environmental Science, Policy, and Sustainability w/lab (SE) LCC 150 Statistics for Informed Decision Making (QR) 3 LCC 123 College and Community I 2 (EYE) 3 LCC 200 Creative Critical Inquiry into Modern Life (writing instruction) (CI) 4 LCC 220 U.S. Democracy: Origins and Development (SCA) 3 Or LCC 320 Sustaining Democracy (SCA) LCC 250 Thinking About The Arts, Thinking Through The Arts (CE) 3 Middle Phase Credits LCC Cluster 3 (below) or any USM Minor LCC 401 Engaging the Future 3 LCC 310 Science, Technology and Society (SCA) 3 Or LCC 410 APDL (SCA) LCC 350 Global Past, Global Present (CI) 3 LCC 345 College and Community II 2 3 LCC 370 Toward a Global Ethics (writing instruction) (EISRC) 4 Capstone Phase Credits LCC 480 Senior Seminar (writing instruction) 3 Total 39 or 40 1 LCC 130 is not required for Natural and Applied Sciences majors. 2 LCC 123 is required for entering students with less than 24 credits while LCC 345 is required only of students who were not required to take LCC Requirement may be met with this pending cluster of courses, or any USM Core Cluster, or with any USM minor or double major. * Descriptions of LCC classes may be found in the introductory portion of the Lewiston-Auburn College section of this catalog. General Electives (31-32 Credits) Students can select any courses they choose to fulfill the general electives. This is an opportunity to explore interests, broaden knowledge, and/or increase the diversity of one s educational skills. Concentrations While taking the LOS core, each student will work closely with a faculty advisor to identify six LOS electives (18 credits) to complete the requirements for the major. When choosing electives, students may wish to consider the following concentrations as a way of focusing their elective choices into a particular area of study. LOS students may also wish to consider the Global Studies minor offered at LAC. More information may be found in the introductory portion of the Lewiston-Auburn College section of this catalog. Information Technology Concentration Lewiston-Auburn College offers a minor that can be substituted for the LOS concentration. See the Minor in Information Technology (IT) description for more information. Human Resources Concentration This concentration requires completion of the following courses: LOS 302 Organizational Behavior LOS 312 Human Resource Management LOS 314 Employee Relations LOS 315 Training and Development LOS 316 Diversity in the Workplace LOS 327 Leading through Conflict Human Services Concentration This concentration requires completion of 6 of the following courses: LOS/SBS 302 Organizational Behavior LOS 322 Leadership in the Public/Nonprofit Sectors LOS 325 State and Local Government SBS 335 Legal Issues in Health and Human Services SBS 338 Health Care Policies LOS 373 Managing Nonprofits SBS 430 Applied Social Policy (refer to Social and Behavioral Sciences B.A. for SBS course descriptions) Other LOS Electives include: LOS/LCC 310 Science, Technology, and Society 246 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

3 LOS 323 The Media and Politics LOS 330 Leadership in Different Cultures LOS 360 Deliberate Creativity and Innovation LOS 361 Entrepreneurship LOS 381 Introduction to Globalization LOS 412 Topics in Human Resource Management LOS 436 Risk, Public Policy, and Society LOS 470 Leadership Study Abroad LOS 487 Consulting in Organizations 247 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

4 Minor in Leadership Studies The leadership studies minor, offered fully face-to-face and online, is open to all students other than leadership and organizational studies (LOS) majors. Any student wishing to pursue the minor in leadership studies needs to complete the necessary paperwork so that the minor appears on their transcript. It is writing intensive and consists of required credit hours.. The following courses are required: LOS 300 Organizational Theory LOS 301 Group Dynamics LOS 350 Leadership LCC 370 Toward a Global Ethics* In addition, two of the following courses must be completed: LOS 317 Leading Through Conflict LOS 330 Leadership in Different Cultures or LOS 316 Diversity in the Workplace LOS 440 Organizational Change and Development A minimum grade of C in each course is required to earn the minor. * Other 3-credit ethics courses may be accepted upon review by the program faculty. 248 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

5 Minor in Information Technology (IT)Minor/Concentration Lewiston-Auburn College offers a minor that can be substituted for the LOS concentration, or taken separately as a minor by students in any degree program. The IT minor is offered in collaboration with Central Maine Community College (CMCC) which provides several of the required courses. Students must be admitted separately into the minor in order to enroll in these CMCC courses. The IT minor requires completion of the following LAC courses (21 credits): Requirements for the minor: (21 credits) Prerequisite: MAT 108 College Algebra (or equivalent) LOS/LCC 310 Science, Technology, and Society LOS/LAC 318 Database Management LOS/LAC 334 Integrated Software Packages The following required courses are offered at Central Maine Community College: LOS/LAC 319 Networks I LOS/LAC 320 Networks II LOS/LAC 321 Introduction to PC Repair/Operating Systems Students may also wish to take: LOS/LAC 307 Web Design The following is offered at Central Maine Community College: LOS/LAC 305 Programming with Visual Basics 249 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

6 Certificate in Leadership Studies A certificate in leadership studies, offered either online, or face-to-face, is open to students other than leadership and organizational studies (LOS) majors. It is writing intensive and consists of required credit hours. The following courses are required: LOS 300 Organizational Theory LOS/SBS 301 Group Dynamics LOS 350 Leadership LCC 370 Toward a Global Ethics* A minimum grade of C in each course is required to earn the certificate. If a student completes the certificate and switches to the LOS major, a B- or better must be earned in both LOS 300 and 350 *Other 3-credit ethics courses are accepted upon review by the program faculty. 250 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

7 Certificate in Creative Leadership and Global Strategy A certificate in creative leadership and global strategy offered 50% or more online, is open to all students, including leadership and organizational studies (LOS) majors. It is writing intensive and consists of required credit hours. (LOS 330 is 4 credits; LOS 470 is 6 credits.) The following courses are required: LOS 300 Organizational Theory (either online, or face-to-face) LOS 330 Leadership in Different Cultures (usually online) or LOS 470 Leadership Study Abroad (blended) LOS 350 Leadership (either online, or face-to-face) LOS 399 Deliberate Creativity and Innovation (blended) [A minimum grade of C in each course is required to earn the certificate. If a student completes the certificate and switches to the LOS major, a B- or better must be earned in both LOS 300 & 350] 251 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

8 Certificate in Lean Leadership A certificate in lean Leadership provides a sound, preliminary grounding in the leadership of organizational change and development efforts of Lean systems and methods. The following courses are required: LOS 302* Organizational Behavior (offered face-to-face, or online) LOS 308 Lean Systems and Methods LOS 309 Lean Systems/Methods Practicum LOS 440* Organizational Change (offered face-to-face, or online) *LOS 302, or LOS 440 must be taken before LOS USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

9 LOS Completion Degree Program (Integrative Professional Studies Track The Integrative Professional Studies track is intended to meet the needs of transfer students who have a variety of academic backgrounds, employment experience, and career aspirations. Students in the program complete their degrees through a combination of LOS courses, transfer credits, and prior learning assessment. Requirements for students pursuing this major are: At least 75 credits being transferred into the program The completion of at least 120 total credits. Satisfaction of the 30 credit hours residency requirement for USM. Satisfaction of the Core requirements of USM. Completion of at least 18 credits in the LOS curriculum while matriculated at USM-LAC, with the equivalent of a B- or better earned in both LOS 300 and 350. Completion of at least 36 credit hours that satisfy the LOS curriculum requirements (can include prior learning assessment credits and credits transferred into the LOS curriculum which meet professional studies criteria). Students selecting this major work closely with advisors to facilitate transfer credit, prior learning assessment, and course selection. 253 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

10 4+1 Option The leadership studies 4+1 curriculum allows students with organizational experience to earn both a bachelor s and a master s degree in five years (depending on student s full- or part-time attendance). Students focus on their bachelor s degree requirements during their first three years; a mix of undergraduate and graduate requirements in the fourth year; and exclusively graduate requirements in the fifth year. Students in the 4+1 program may use up to 12 credits of graduate work for both the undergraduate and graduate degrees (taking the place of free elective credit in the undergraduate program). Application is required. Refer to the Graduate Catalog for further information on M.A. in Leadership Studies. Also see for more information on all leadership programs. Contact the Student Success Center at (207) for more information. 254 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

11 Course Descriptions LOS 250 Organizational Accounting This course will introduce students to the basic concepts of accounting that they will need to understand financial processes in private, public, and not-for-profit organizations. Cr 3. LOS 300 Organizational Theory A foundational course for students of leadership, this course provides a solid overview of organizational dynamics. Current organizational issues are analyzed using structural, human resource, cultural, and political frameworks and the case method. Issues examined include leadership, organizational design, planning, change, decision making, communication, and control. This is an excellent course for students interested in how organizations work. Students in the LOS major must complete this required course with a grade of a B- or better as a condition of their degree. This course includes writing instruction. Prerequisite: familiarity with the Blackboard online learning community. Completion of College Writing with a C or better is required for LOS majors and preferred for all other students. Cr 4. LOS/SBS 301 Group Dynamics This course gives students an understanding of how people behave in groups and the skills needed by group members to participate effectively in group activities. It provides a theoretical foundation for how groups function, with focus on group process and development; and it discusses how these theories can be applied to a wide range of group settings. This course uses experiential techniques to help students develop critical skills and understanding of group dynamics. Completion of College Writing with a C or better is required for LOS majors and preferred for all other students. Cr 3. LOS/SBS 302 Organizational Behavior This course examines human behavior in organizations: individual, group, and organizational processes that impact workplace behaviors and organizational life. The focus is on understanding factors that contribute to organizational effectiveness and the major challenges facing organizations today. We will cover topics such as individual and organizational learning, individual values and motivation; interpersonal communication and work team dynamics, leadership and emotional intelligence, power and influence, organizational culture and change. Students will engage in experiential and skill-building activities and apply conceptual frameworks to their real-life work experiences. Cr LOS 304 Organizational Budgeting and Finance This course assesses the theory and practices of financial management in different forms of public and private organizations and emphasizes the relationship between financial decision making and organizational policy and strategy. Topics covered will include financial forecasting, the use of spreadsheets, and budgeting. Prerequisites: LOS 250 and LAC 112 or equivalents. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 305 Programming with Visual Basics This course is an introduction to modern structured programming on a microcomputer using a state-of-the-art object oriented programming language. It covers all standard control and logic structures, arrays, functions, sub-routines, and data files. Major emphasis is given to an ongoing consideration of problem-solving techniques as they apply to simple and complex programming situations. Programming objects are studied extensively, along with events, properties, and methods. Offered at Central Maine Community College. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 307 Web Design This course will present in-depth Web page design for non-programmers, accomplished primarily through learning a full-featured Web design application, MS Front Page. The course also includes an exploration of HTML, DHTML, and some experience with Web scripting languages. Finally server-side Web strategies will be studied. Students will be expected to design and implement Web pages containing many of the features learned in class. Prerequisites: LAC 150 or equivalent and significant Windows and Windows application experience, along with experience on the Internet using a Web browser. Cr 3. LOS 308 Lean Systems and Methods This is an introductory course in applying Lean principles and methods in organizations, including front/back office manufacturing, nonprofits, healthcare, IT, education and government. Students will learn basic Lean principles and methods and have an opportunity to observe, practice, and apply principles and methods learned. Cr 3. LOS 309 Lean Systems/Methods Practicum This supervised practicum provides an opportunity for students to apply lean principles and methods. Working in teams, students will demonstrate the ability to transfer learning from the Lean Methods and Systems course to the field as they implement projects designed to enhance value to the organization. Specific learning objectives will be set by the student teams and address competency in a needs assessment, the Implementation process, outcome evaluation including project results, and individual learning. Cr 3. Prerequisite: LOS 308 Lean Methods and Systems LOS 310 Science, Technology, and Society (SCA) This course examines the history of science and technology, and the social changes related to them. It examines the impact of science and technology on ethical and religious beliefs, social institutions such as education, family, and work, and on larger sociopolitical entities and relations. The course also explores the effects of science and technology on natural and human-made environments. Offered fall, spring, summer. Cr 3. LOS 312 Human Resource Management This course focuses on the procedures and processes associated with the management of human resources within organizations. Topics include recruitment, staff development, job analysis, personnel systems, and training. Cr 3. LOS 314 Employee Relations 255 USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

12 This course provides an understanding of the trends in legal, social, and economic aspects of United States labor-management relations. Topics include a historical overview of labor law, grievance procedures, the negotiation process, equal opportunity, and personnel rules. Includes case studies and simulated bargaining and arbitration exercises. Cr 3. LOS 315 Training and Development This course provides students with a theoretical framework for adult learning as it applies to the training and development process. Topics covered include the assessment of learning needs and setting of objectives; the design and facilitation of learning processes such as workshops, on-the-job training, self-directed learning, and computer-based training; and the assessment of outcomes. Students will design and deliver a training program as a major project for this course. Cr 3. LOS/SBS 316 Diversity in the Workplace Using historical, socio-economic, and psychological perspectives, students learn about the challenges diverse members of U.S. society, such as women, people of color, people from marginalized classes, and those from other countries have had and continue to face. Students gain an understanding of how the workplace may affect diverse peoples and how others can learn to make the workplace more hospitable. A primary focus of this course is on examining beliefs, behaviors, or unconscious attitudes that perpetuate the oppression and subordination of diverse members of society in the workplace, while also looking at how increased diversity is adding to workplace productivity, creativity, and learning. Readings are drawn from the social sciences and humanities to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the topic. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 318 Database Management This course introduces skills and builds proficiency in database management. It is taught on PC computers using the latest version of Microsoft Access and is designed to help students develop competencies in a variety of database processing functions. Students become proficient in setting up databases, managing data, creating reports, using report enhancements, and manipulating data. Prerequisite: Basic computer applications knowledge. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 319 Introduction to Networking This course is an introduction to the installation, maintenance, and repair of personal computer networks. It provides students with an elementary understanding of network systems including communication components, LAN protocols, standards (de facto/de juri), system architecture, network software, and the fundamentals of network installation and repair. Offered at Central Maine Community College. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 320 Networking Support and Troubleshooting This advanced course addresses the installation, maintenance, and repair of personal computer networks. It provides students with an advanced understanding of network systems including software configuration, troubleshooting, security, tools, design strategies, and employee training. Offered at Central Maine Community College. Cr 3. LOS/LAC 321 Introduction to Personal Computer Repair/Operating Systems This course is an introduction to the installation, maintenance, and repair of personal computers and related equipment. It provides students with an elementary understanding of PC environments including system components, peripherals, operating systems, component/card interface, and the fundamentals of repair. Offered at Central Maine Community College. Cr 3. LOS 322 Leadership in the Public/Nonprofit Sectors This course examines the basic processes through which public policy is formulated, adopted, and implemented in the United States. Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of the instructor. Cr 3. LOS 323 The Media and Politics This course explores the implications of political campaigns in American politics. Topics include management of campaigns, candidate recruitment, positive and negative advertising, political consultants, political parties and interest groups, effects of media coverage, campaign financing, and impact of campaigns and elections on public policy. Special consideration will be given to current campaigns. Cr 3. LOS 325 State and Local Government This course is an introduction to the structure, roles, and processes of administration in state and local government. The state of Maine is a special focus of the course. Cr 3. LOS 327 Leading through Conflict Conflict management is explored as an essential leadership tool and analyzed as a necessary component of healthy systems and innovations. We will investigate techniques that help individuals and groups mediate and negotiate differences encountered in a variety of situations. Cr 3. LOS/SBS 329 Research Methods This course is an introduction to quantitative and qualitative research methods which can be used in organizational planning and decision making and in the social and behavioral sciences. The course will cover topic areas related to the application of appropriate methods of inquiry and includes completion of an applied project. Strongly recommended for students going on to graduate school, careers in consulting, or human resource management. Prerequisite: LCC 150 or equivalent. Cr 3. LOS 330 Leadership in Different Cultures Students will explore leadership practices in multiple cultures and how our increasing interactions with these diverse leadership styles have changed our conception of leadership in the U.S. This course will help students determine the skills they will need to take on a leadership role in a global society. Cr USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

13 LOS/LAC 334 Integrated Software Packages This is a course in the use of integrated software packages for report, document, presentation, and information development activities. A variety of instructional activities will stress file and data integration and explore intra- and inter-package communications. Integration of word processing, spreadsheet, database, and graphics software is featured using linking and other tools. Students are expected to produce documents, spreadsheets, database reports, and presentations which take full advantage of inter-operability, communication, translating, linking, and sharing functions. Prerequisite: LAC 150 or equivalent. Cr 3. LOS 350 Leadership A foundational course for students of leadership, this course examines the theory, research, techniques, and challenges of leadership in organizations. Organizational culture is studied with emphasis on the leader s role in influencing and decision making. An experiential design is used along with traditional classroom techniques to help students reflect upon their personal leadership styles and examine their approaches to leading and managing others in diverse organizational settings. Students in the LOS major must complete this required course with a grade of a B- or better as a condition of their degree. Completion of College Writing with a C or better is required for LOS majors and preferred for all other students. Cr 3. LOS 360 Deliberate Creativity and Innovation This course is designed to develop practical skills in creative and innovative thinking that leaders can use to identify opportunities, generate value-creating ideas, and overcome barriers to successfully bringing new concepts to life. In this class, students will learn about creative thinking tools and how to practically apply them; develop an appreciation of the personal and organizational factors that influence creativity and innovation; and explore the leadership and facilitation skills that will prepare them to lead teams through creative problem solving. Cr 3. LOS 361 Entrepreneurship This course focuses on why people become entrepreneurs, the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs, the changing demographics of entrepreneurs, and the importance of entrepreneurship to the economy and society. In this class, students will examine the entrepreneurial process from the decision to become an entrepreneur through idea generating, writing a business plan, competitor analysis, getting financing, marketing, team building, considering ethical and legal issues, and developing strategies for growth. Cr 3. LOS 369 Exploring Careers, Choosing Life Roles In this mid-level course in the career development series, students relate self-knowledge to career and life roles, with an emphasis on gaining and managing career information; learning various career and life decision-making strategies; and communicating formative academic, co-curricular, and professional experiences in such formats as accomplishment statements and informal interviews. Prerequisite: LCC 123 or LCC 345. Offered fall, spring, summer. Cr 1.5. LOS 373 Managing Nonprofits This course will familiarize students with major concepts in the management of a nonprofit and will help them develop the skills to utilize this material in applied situations. Students will explore the mission of the nonprofit, marketing and funding, effective strategies for developing relationships and performance, and ways to enhance leadership skills. Cr 3. LOS/SBS 381 Introduction to Globalization This course examines the economic, political, social, and cultural aspects of globalization from an interdisciplinary perspective. The purpose is to get a sense of clarity about what globalization is, how it is affecting people around the world, and why there is an increasingly robust resistance to it on the grassroots level. We will also discuss how to empower ourselves, while being socially responsible in this rapidly changing world. Course format includes discussion, case study, and student presentation on research projects. Prerequisites: SOC 100, ANT 101, or equivalent. Cr 3. LOS 398 Independent Study Prerequisites: LOS 300 or junior standing and permission of instructor. Cr 3. LOS 399 Special Topics Topics offered will cover current special issues in organizations and/or the study of organizations through alternative methods. Cr 3. LOS 412 Topics in Human Resource Management. This course will consider contemporary topics that represent emerging issues for human resource management within organizations. Cr 3. LOS 413 Job Search Skills for the 21st Century In this final course in the career development series, students assume active agency in career planning through learning how to market themselves to prospective employers. They learn to create and use the tools needed for career placement, such as cover letters, resumes, and interviews. Prerequisite: HUM/LOS/SBS/SCI 369. Offered fall, spring, summer. Cr 1.5. LOS/SBS 436 Risk, Public Policy, and Society This course considers the variety of ways in which risks, especially risks to the environment and to health, are measured, perceived, communicated, and acted upon in our society. Perspectives will be drawn from health fields, natural sciences, and political science, as well as from the social sciences. Cr 3. LOS 440 Organizational Change and Development This course explores the theory, research, and processes of leading, managing, and adapting to organizational change. Case studies and experiential learning are used to examine the effectiveness of change efforts and their impact on the group and individual. Cr USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

14 LOS 447 Internship This online course provides students the opportunity to work in their chosen field to evaluate their interest and acquire basic skills needed to market themselves effectively. Students participate in an online seminar in which they learn about and reflect on workplace issues. Students wishing to take more than 3 credit hours must have permission from their faculty advisors. Prerequisite: HUM/LOS/SBS/SCI 413. Offered fall, spring, summer. Cr 3-6. LOS 470 Leadership Abroad The goal of this course is to familiarize students with key issues in intercultural leadership and to provide tools to be an effective leader in a globally aware environment. Through international travel, a variety of readings, and reflection exercises, students will examine a diversity of leadership situations and the cultural factors that influence the quality of a leader s performance. In order to help apply theory to experience, students will be given a number of opportunities to articulate ideas about the concepts explored through presentation, group discussion, and writing. Prerequisite: instructor permission. Cr 6. LOS 487 Consulting in Organizations Students will work in a team to apply organizational concepts and theories to a real-life organizational situation. Topics include selfassessment, consulting roles, the phases of consulting, consulting strategies, and ethical considerations. Cr USM Undergraduate Catalog PENDING FINAL APPROVAL

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