Leadership and Innovation
Keywords:College courses, higher education curriculum
AbstractThis manuscript presents an undergraduate honors course that is focused on ways in which effective leadership and innovation leads to the growth and application of knowledge in society. The rationale behind the course is explained, and the course structure, policies, schedule, and assignments are detailed.
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