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National Service Leadership Track Courses

MILS 3400:  National Service Leadership, Values and Ethics

This course serves as an introduction to the National Service Leadership Track.  The course will explore the various types of leadership and the complex dynamics that ethics and values play in formulating and executing leadership decisions.  Students will examine these issues through real life case studies of leadership decisions that have had significant impact in private lives and national policy.

MILS 3450:  National Service Agencies and Management

This course is a component of the National Service Leadership Track.  It will explore the nature and structure of both public-service and private agencies.  An emphasis will be placed on the role of leaders in the development and functioning of effective organizations.  Policy and structural analysis of various institutions will be used to illustrate differing methods of dealing with similar issues and problems. 

MILS 4400:  National Service Leadership Development

This course is a component of the National Service Leadership Track.  The course provides students with the pragmatic and practical skills necessary to assume a leadership role in a both a private and public environment.  The requirements of this course go beyond standard instruction and include demonstrated activities related to the concepts and skills covered throughout the course.  

MILS 4450:   National Service Leadership Capstone

This course serves as the capstone academic experience in the National Service Leadership Track.  The course provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate a practical understanding of the theories and methodologies covered in previous coursework through problem analysis and actual leadership experiences. 

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