TAMIU’s international focus that brings together students and faculty from around the globe, along with the university’s unique location on the US/Mexico border, provides a unique opportunity for students to discover and enhance their leadership skills in a setting that foreshadows the demands of the 21st Century community and workplace. In all degree fields, students’ potential for success will be enhanced through the intentional building of leadership skills. Through offering the opportunity to all students to develop the ability to lead, the university will graduate students fully prepared to become leaders in their chosen fields, in their community, in the state of Texas and in the national and international arena.
Criteria for Admission
The student must:
· be pursuing an academic major at TAMIU
· must be in good standing with the University and have a minimum 2.5 overall GPA
· submit an application for admission to the program to the Office of Student Orientation, Leadership and Engagement.
Criteria for Earning the Certificate
The student must:· successfully complete a minimum of four required courses and one co-curricular program noted below
· complete a minimum of fifty (50) community service hours
· attain at least a 2.75 GPA in the selected courses with no less than a C in any course
Each 3-credit course has been selected and/or developed based on its context and relevancy for fostering understanding of the learning outcomes associated with International Leadership. Currently, students are to choose one co-curricular program from Group 1, two courses from Group 2 and two courses from Group 3.
Group 1 - One program from
Freshman Leadership Organization
Sophomore Leaders Involved in Change
Group 2 - Two courses from
BA 3320 International Business
COMM 4320 Transnational Trends in Communication
MGT 3310 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior
PSCI 3310 Studies in Comparative Politics
SOCI 4318 Globalization
Group 3 - Two courses from
LEDR 2301 Foundations of Leadership
LEDR 4302 Theories of Leadership and Practice
LEDR 4303 International Leadership Capstone