Requires students to conduct a project in the role of leader-as-inquirer to support positive change within an organization, community, network, or community of practice. The Engaged Leadership Project (ELP) enables a thorough understanding, application, and synthesis of the MA Leadership program competencies. The ELP fulfills two essential criteria in that it requires the student to: (a) meaningfully engage a group of people in a collective effort to create positive change; and (b) make a genuine leadership stretch for the ELP student. The final ELP project report and/or supplemental knowledge products demonstrate the student’s completion of the above tasks. Pre-requisites: LEAD 626, LEAD 627, LEAD 628.