Integrative Leadership: From Theory to Practice – 6623

NOTE: This is course cross-listed with multiple University departments. Some class sessions may overlap with the Law School final exam period.

Are you interested in working across government, business and the non-profit sector for public good? Are you wondering how you can create sustainable shared leadership on challenges that can best be addressed together? This course explores multi-sector leadership and related governance and management challenges from a variety of perspectives and provides an opportunity for students to work together to apply what they are learning individually and in teams through in-class exercises and a final team project. The course is taught by a team of interdisciplinary faculty and considers different contexts, forms and specific examples of multisector leadership that can enable transformative action to tackle a significant societal issue and achieve lasting change. 

Course Equivalency

Students may NOT earn credit if GCC 5023, OLPD 6402, PUBH 6702, MGMT 6402, PA 5130, PA 5105 was previously completed.

Subject Area
Business Law *
Student Year
Upper Division
Grade base
A - F
Course type