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Overview

Each semester begins with a weekend in-person meeting where students gather to form a community of learners, receive introductory instruction of the semester courses, and complete course requirements (such as formal presentations) from the previous semester's coursework.

Implementation

Semester 1:
LLS500 A Historical Understanding of Lasallian Pedagogy (4 cr.)
LLS600 Leadership Communication (3 cr.)

Semester 2:
LLS510 A Contemporary Understanding of Lasallian Pedagogy (5 cr.)
LLS610 Non-profit Finance and Funding (3 cr.)
— OR —
LLS620 Curriculum and Assessment (3 cr.)

Semester 3:
LLS520 Lasallian Spirituality (5 cr.)
LLS630 Supervisory Principles (3 cr.)

Semester 4:
LLS530 Lasallian Leadership (4 cr.)
LLS640 Strategies for Ministry Planning (3 cr.)

Semester 5:
LLS690 Capstone Project (2 cr.)

Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students are expected to be able to do the following:

  • Create and maintain a productive learning environment for all students and staff
  • Communicate effectively in a variety of modes
  • Demonstrate a commitment to social responsibility and ethical practice
  • Integrate Lasallian foundations in all aspects of leadership
  • Create approaches that address critical issues in the future development of their ministries
  • Engage in life long study for personal and professional development