Professor James C. Hall, Coordinator
Office: 107 Carmichael
The minor in civic engagement and leadership is jointly managed by New College and the Department of Philosophy and complements efforts by the University's student affairs division to produce outstanding leaders and citizens. The minor is structured around two foundation courses that complement each other by their discreet and respective attention to (a) the ability to reason and the achievement of logical clarity and (b) the opportunity to think, reason, and discuss in a problem-based learning environment with emphasis on systematic reflection. After completing the foundational courses, students build a concentration in international leadership or globalization, Alabama politics and development, human relations, conflict resolution, and organizational leadership, including the for-profit, nonprofit, and nongovernmental sectors.
Requirements for the minor in civic engagement and leadership. The minor in civic engagement and leadership requires 19 hours, including PHL 200 or PHL 202, NEW 237 or NEW 238, and 12 hours selected from AAST 352, BCE 210, BCE 300, CSM 405, CSM 437, HES 450, MGT 300, MGT 320, MGT 341, MC 405, MC 413, NEW 270, NEW 415, NEW 436, PHL 101, PHL 304, PHL 310, PHL 400, PSC 102, PY 372, SW 351, UH 101, WS 200. Qualified ROTC candidates may complete the secondary 12-hour requirement with courses selected from AFS 350, AFS 360, AFS 470, AFS 480, MIL 110, MIL 120, MIL 210, MIL 220, MIL 310, MIL 320, MIL 410, MIL 420. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300- or 400-level must be earned on this campus.