LEAD627: Applied Methods for Organizational Leadership

Course Description

Examines research tools students need to be evidence-informed leaders within their own organizations and to conduct their Engaged Leadership Project (ELP) or Thesis. The course introduces methodology and methods for action-oriented leaders and includes experiential activities in which students gather and analyze data, including interviews, focus groups, surveys and other methods common to action-oriented inquiry. Prerequisites: LEAD 526, LEAD 527, LEAD 528, and LEAD 516. Corequisites: LEAD 626 and LEAD 628.

Course Credits

  • 3.00