THEO 3100: Habitudes: Habits and Attitudes for Emerging Christian Leadership

Code

THEO 3100

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Spring,

Credit

3

REQUIREMENTS

NONE

FEES

$ USD 795

In this course, the mentor will be based on the sequence book “habits: shaping the leadership habits and attitude of the image” to guide the team to discuss. In today’s society, students can not just seek to survive in school. If campus life is to prepare students to meet the unknown future, they must learn to lead.

This means that they must first lead themselves, in the field of their interest, such as the leader of the general thinking. Over the past six years, the “Leadership Growth” program of the Higher Education Institute, sponsored by the Kellogg Foundation, has conducted a survey of thousands of students from the new millennium. We will also study the development of student leadership in-depth study.

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