About the minor
The leadership and administrative skills minor is designed to prepare students for direct service or entry-level leadership roles in contemporary educational and social service organizations, or to enter graduate programs in social service leadership. This minor is open to students from all majors as skilled, innovative leaders are needed more than ever to address pressing social and educational challenges.
The leadership and administrative skills coursework is grounded in modern leadership theory, research, and practical applied work. Students study data-based decision making; leading groups, teams, and processes; incorporating multiple perspectives; evaluating programs; promoting equitable outcomes; and employing data analytics and methodologies.
A little more info
- Students complete elective coursework in their choice of history, art, computer science, environmental leadership, philosophy, law, and more.
- UO offers graduate degrees in educational leadership