LDRS 111: Freshman Ethical Fitness Seminar
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LDRS 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 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 matter, understanding trust, tasking leadership with trust, defining ethical values, and anazlyzing and resolving dilemmas. Completion of LDRS 111 is required of all freshmen and is a graduation requirement.
For our students who participate in our College Success Institute (CSI) which takes place in June/July before Matriculation and take LDRS 101 at that time, LDRS 111 is taken fall semester. However, for our students who did not participate in CSI, LDRS 111 is taken spring semester.