Leadership Drury develops a student’s understanding of the nature, potential and responsibility of leadership in its attempt to create positive change for the common good. The opportunity for a student to learn how to be effective in leadership roles and processes through engaged learning and co-curricular experiences is a premise of the Leadership Drury program. Students who complete the Leadership Drury Certificate program will receive notation on their academic transcript and a certificate upon graduation recognizing them as a Distinguished Leader. Completion of the Leadership Drury Certificate also fulfills both of the Engaged Learning CORE Curriculum graduation requirements. Requirements for the certificate include notifying the program director of your intent to participate in the program, downloading the most current version of the Leadership Drury Certificate Approval Form to track your progress, and involvement in the following areas of leadership development:
Core Credit Courses (4 hours total)
Students must complete each of the four, core courses within the Leadership Drury series. PDEV courses do not incur course overload fees. Instructors represent a cross-section of campus life and community leaders.
Elective Course (1 hour)
The Elective Course requirement may be met by one of the following courses:
Leadership Experiences (two)
The Leadership Experience requirement may be met by participating in two of the following programs:
Experiential Learning Requirement (three)
The Experiential Learning requirement may be met by participating in three of the following experiences:
Completion of the Leadership Drury Certificate Program is noted on your academic transcript, counts towards the Passport Program, and fulfills both Engaged Learning graduation requirements in the CORE Curriculum.
Contact the Leadership Drury office for more details: Community Outreach & Leadership Development, FSC 117, (417) 873-7809, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership Certificate Tracking Form
Track your progress through the program