Emerging Leaders ACE Course (EL-IAPS)
Credit Type: Undergraduate Level
ACE Course Number: 0002 – National Registry
Length: Self-Paced (187 hrs.)
Objective: The course objective is to improve the leadership skills of Law enforcement and military personnel to enhance their performance to deliver results with confidence.
Learning Outcome: Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to develop a functional knowledge of personal leadership style and strengths; understand the foundation and principles of leadership; understand the personal potential to enhance leadership capacity; develop a functional knowledge of how to lead organizational change; understand the value of teamwork; assess and improve leadership climate and agency culture, and learn practical critical thinking and value decision making.
Instruction: The methods of instruction include audiovisual, discussion, computer-based training, and lecture. The general course topics include leadership principles; leadership foundation; leadership theories; leadership practices; leadership application; leadership advancement; leadership styles; self-management skills; interpersonal communication; conflict management; problem-management and opportunity leveraging skills; team and organization development skills versatility skills.
Assessments: The methods of assessment include quizzes, written papers and essays, performance rubrics, and examination with a minimum passing score of 80 percent.
ACE College Credit Recommendation: In the upper-division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in organizational leadership, public safety leadership, or sociology (10/19). ACE Member Universities