LGU 200: INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP AND GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING
This experiential course examines the various communities students are members of—the campus community, the city of Philadelphia, the greater Philadelphia area, the nation and the global community. In par- ticular, students will explore the Philadelphia community, its history and the various groups that make it up. The Introduction to Leadership and Global Understanding will introduce the student to the rich diver- sity of cultural groups in the Philadelphia area. Using Philadelphia as a model, students will learn to see the “community” as multi-layered and will begin to ask important questions about the rights and obligations of citizenship within such a community.
LGU 400: STUDIES IN LEADERSHIP AND GLOBAL UNDERSTANDING- CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE
Studies in Leadership and Global Understanding is a multidisciplinary capstone course whose primary purpose is to integrate travel study courses, designated electives, home and abroad projects, curricular and extracurricular experiences including service learning opportunities of the student as he or she has progressed through the minor. Whereas the introductory course focused on the campus and Philadelphia commu- nities, the capstone course focuses on the bridges between these more immediate communities and the global community with which the stu- dent now has some direct experience.