LHA1857H: Leadership in Student Affairs and Services

Credit Value: 
0.50

Student affairs and services professionals engage in their work as educators within diverse and unique postsecondary institutions. Students will examine concepts and theories within the organizational behaviour literature and assess case studies in order to develop important competencies to create educational experiences and services for students within complex organizational functions. The course focuses on creating conditions to facilitate student success through topics that include supervision and coaching within a unionized environment, budget management, proposal and report writing, organizational learning and change, leadership principles, standards and ethics, equity and inclusion, developing and assessing learning outcomes, and micropolitics.

Graduate Department: 
Leadership, Higher and Adult Education