The use of the LCSR program to meet our objectives and mission statement was a natural for the School of Business and Economics.
To insure that the School of Business and Economics had a curriculum which matched its mission, the School reviewed and revised the curriculum in 1997 to include four new core (required) courses which integrated the LCSR classical readings and writing and oral requirements.
Using selections from the LCSR readings (a minimum of three) and The Leader's Companion--Insights on Leadership Through the Ages, and cases from the Hartwick Classic Cases series, students will analyze different leadership styles of past leaders and compare them with modern business leaders selected from Fortune's annual issue "Most Admired Business Leaders.
Course Description: This LCSR course studies the concepts and techniques of effective leadership.
Thomas Wren, The Leader's Companion (The Free Press, 1995); Selected cases from the Hartwick Classic Leadership Cases series; LCSR Volumes
Role Playing: Each student must select an historical character (or other approved characters) from the LCSR Readings and role play or reenact a scene or moment in history when the character spoke on leadership or demonstrated his/her leadership skills.