Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program Requirements

Year One

Fall Semester

UNIV 100Freshman Seminar

1

COMM 111HHonors Public Speaking

3

ENGL 111HHonors Composition I

3

LEAD 495H-1Introduction to the TRHLP

1

COMM 111H and ENGL 111H satisfy the Group I General Education requirements.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Predictive Index Workshop-Leadership Profiles
  • Theodore Roosevelt Symposium

Spring Semester

ENGL 121HHonors Composition II

3

LEAD 100H21st Century Leadership

3

LEAD 296HStudy Tour

1

ENGL 121H satisfies the Group I General Education requirement.  LEAD 100H satisfies the Group IV-C, and Multicultural General Education requirements.

Study Tour alternates between the spring and fall semesters.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Study Tour

Year Two

Fall Semester

LEAD 200HLeadership and Change

1

Students take additional courses in their discipline major.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Serve as a Freshman Seminar mentor
  • There will be enrichment opportunities involving prominent guest presenters from business, government and education.
  • National Collegiate Honors Council Conference

Spring Semester

COMM 216Intercultural Communication(M/C)

3

BADM 369Business Ethics and Critical Thinking

3

COMM 216 satisfies the Group III-A, and Multicultural General Education requirement.

Students take additional courses in their discipline major.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Serve as Freshman Seminar mentor
  • Attend a Student Research Conference or Poster Session
  • TRHLP Community Service Project
  • Study Tour

Year Three

Fall Semester

LEAD 495H-2Service Learning Project

1-2

 

A 200-400 level elective outside of the student's major. Depending on the course selected, it may count towards General Education

3

 

Students must complete at least 30 hours of service for each credit received. All service learning projects must be approved by the TRHLP Director.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Serve as a Freshman Seminar mentor for the Theodore Roosevelt Freshman Scholars
  • Serve as Campus Organization Leader
  • National Collegiate Honors Council Conference

Spring Semester

LEAD 300HGlobal Leadership

1

LEAD 494HIndependent Study: Conference Proposal

1

Students take additional courses in their discipline major and explore internship possibilities.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Participate in campus leadership activities
  • Collaborative research
  • Study Tour
  • Dickinson State University Undergraduate Research Conference
  • National Collegiate Honors Council Conference
  • Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program Community Service Project

Year Four

Fall Semester

LEAD 491HHonors Seminar

3

Students take additional courses in their discipline major. Graduating seniors must apply for graduation indicating they expect to graduate with a Leadership Studies Minor, then conduct a graduation audit with the TR Program Director at least ONE SEMESTER PRIOR TO GRADUATION.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Serve as a Freshman Seminar mentor
  • National Collegiate Honors Council Conference

Spring Semester

LEAD 497HInternship

2

Students take additional courses in their discipline major.

Special Learning Opportunities

  • Serve as a Freshman Seminar mentor
  • Undergraduate Research Conference

Total Credit Hours: 34