K-State's interdisciplinary minor in the Mary Lynn and Warren Staley School of Leadership Studies is designed to complement your academic major while providing a formal and structured learning experience as part of the total leadership development process. The minor is 16-credit hours and combines a theoretical focus with an emphasis on personal leadership development and practical experiences.
The Graduate Student Leadership Development Program (GSLDP) provides K-State graduate students an opportunity to develop leadership skills to make positive change in your work, studies, and student organizations. Through this semester-long experience, you will work with peers and professional leadership coaches to dive into challenges that are most important to you. The Staley School of Leadership Studies and the Kansas Leadership Center have created this program specifically for graduate students who want to move beyond technical expertise to solve problems.
The Leadership Communication program is an interdisciplinary research degree. This Doctor of Philosophy degree is rooted in leadership practices and communication processes that can be used to make progress on the most difficult challenges of our times. Through the study and practice of leading change students will produce original research that is grounded in community-engaged scholarship.