Leadership & Strategic Innovation Option
Why study Leadership & Strategic Innovation?
The Leadership & Strategic Innovation (LSI) option will engage students in a rigorous study of leadership, strategy, and innovation. You will graduate ready to lead teams, manage innovation, and inspire employees. LSI graduates can go on to become project leads, managers, consultants, business development leads, HR analysts, market analysts, sales managers, entrepreneurs, and much more.
- Sophie Leroy, Professor, Management Area Coordinator
- Stephen Jones, Associate Professor
- Denis Trapido, Associate Professor
- Misha Mariam, Assistant Professor
- Elizabeth Follmer, Lecturer
- Paul Collins, Associate Professor (emeritus)
- Kevin Laverty, Associate Professor (emeritus)
- Walter Freytag, Principal Lecturer (emeritus)
Requirements to declare the option
Students wanting to declare the LSI Option must complete BBUS 300 and BBUS 307 with a minimum grade of 3.0 in each course.
Students in the Leadership & Strategic Innovation option must complete the following courses for graduation.
|Course type||Course names|
|Core Courses (prerequisites in parentheses)||BBUS 300 – Organizational Behavior, Ethics and Inclusivity (5 credits/counts for DIV)|
BBUS 307 – Business Writing
BBUS 310 – Managerial Economics
BBUS 320 – Marketing Management
BBUS 340 – Operations & Project Mgmt. (310)
BBUS 350 – Business Finance (310)
|Required Courses (prerequisites in parentheses)|| |
B BUS 402 – Managing Work Teams
|LSI Electives (prerequisites in parentheses)|| |
10 credits – 2 courses from the list below: Available ElectivesB BUS 441 – Business Project Management (340)
|General Electives (any 300/400 level courses)||15 credits|
|Capstone Courses (prerequisites in parentheses)||Before you can register for the capstone courses, you must complete all core courses and meet with your advisor to file a graduation application.|
BBUS 470 – Business Policy & Strategic Mgmt.
BBUS 480 – Global Environment of Business
|Total Credits||90 credits|