LEAD 2150 Leadership Practicum

Credits: 3

Number of Weeks: 17

As part of their training, students in the Leadership Certificate Program are required to complete a leadership practicum. In this practicum they will work individually on a field project under the mentorship of their instructor. Students will choose from several formats, such as a team building project or a project to persuade others of a cause they feel passionate about. In consultation with their instructor, they will compose a research plan, implement that plan and regularly report on their progress and learning.

Completing this practicum will give students a solid foundation for practicing the skills acquired in this certificate program in any environment.

In this practicum, students will write a project proposal, implement their project and submit written reports on their progress and results.

Students will be graded on the following written reports:


% of Final Grade

Project Proposal 40%
Interim Progress Report 1 10%
Interim Progress Report 2 10%
Final Project Report 40%
TOTAL 100%


Hours per week: Students should plan to set aside 9–10 hours per week for their practicum work.

Textbook Information: There are no required textbooks for this course.

Prerequisites: In order to register for this course, students must be enrolled in the Leadership Studies Certificate program and have completed LEAD 1101 and LEAD 1105.

Required for:

  • Leadership Studies Certificate Program

Elective for:

  • Ministering Servant Certificate Program – Track A

Not available for:

  • General Studies Certificate Program
  • General Studies – Individual Course and Audit
This information is subject to change without notice.


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