The Citadel

The Military College of South Carolina

3_springtime_campus.jpg

Academic Programs

LEADERS 101: First Year Seminar

One Credit Hour

Citadel 101 provides the academic and life skills to help students make a suc­cessful transition to the unique environment of The Citadel. Students will develop their academic skills (reading, listening, note taking, test taking, time management, research, computer competency, etc.) and will be introduced to campus facilities, resources, and support services. Some attention will also be given to lifestyle and relationship issues.

A student must have the approval of the Associate Provost to withdraw from Citadel 101.

LEADERS 111: Freshman Ethical Fitness Seminar

0 Credit Hours

ORTN 111 is comprised of the Ethical Fitness Seminar (EFS) designed to promote ethical culture. This seminar meets once a week and includes an ethics essay recorded in each cadet's E-Leadership Portfolio. The seminar is based o Dr. Rushworth Kidder's landmark book, How Good People Make Tough Choices and is delivered by Citadel faculty and staff who are trained, certified, and licensed by The Institute for Global Ethics. Topics include recognizing why ethics matters, understanding trust, tasking leadership with trust, defining ethical balues, and anazlyzing and resolving dilemmas. Completion of ORTN 111 is required of all freshmen and is a graduation requirement.

 

LEADERSHIP 201: Sophomore Seminar in Principled Leadership

One Credit-Hour

Required of all second-year cadets, this course focuses on The Citadel’s core values of honor, duty, and respect; the dynamics of leadership; the actions that constitute principled leadership; and the processes of ethical decision-making. The course also equips cadets to reflect on their experiences within The Citadel's fourth-class system as they learn how to effectively apply the values and behaviors that engage principled leadership. This course is a graded, one credit-hour course. A student must have permission of the Associate Provost to withdraw from LDRS 201.

LDRS 201 is a for-credit academic course administered in the Department of Leadership Studies.

LEADERS 311: Junior Ethics Enrichment Experience

0 Credit Hours

The Junior Ethics Enrichment Experience is comprised of a one-day Ethical Fitness® Seminar (EFS) designed to promote ethical culture, a luncheon with a distinguished ethics speaker, and a follow-on ethics essay recorded in each cadet’s eLeadership Portfolio. The seminar is based on Dr. Rushworth Kidder's landmark book, How Good People Make Tough Choices and is delivered by Citadel faculty and staff who are trained, certified, and licensed by The Institute for Global Ethics. Topics include recognizing why ethics matters, understanding trust, tasking leadership with trust, defining ethical values, and analyzing and resolving ethical dilemmas. Completion of the Junior Ethics Enrichment Experience is a graduation requirement.

LEADERSHIP 411: Senior Leadership Integration Seminar

0 credit hours 

The Senior Leadership Integration Seminar is a full-day professional development seminar during which cadets reflect upon their personal values and the leadership lessons learned at The Citadel. Cadets engage with business and community facilita­tors to discuss how they will apply their learning toward being effective principled leaders as they transition to the next phase of their lives. Finally, cadets consider their duty as Citadel graduates to leave positive legacies wherever they serve in the future. Written reflections and a personal vision statement completed after the seminar become part of each cadet’s E-Leadership Portfolio.

Completion of the Senior Leadership Integration Seminar is a graduation requirement.

 

Back to Top