Leadership and Personalized Studies Associate's degree
Are you looking for flexibility and innovation within your degree program? And are you ready to help shape a community of connection, inclusion, and engagement? If so, a Leadership and Personalized Studies associate degree may fit right in with your academic and personal needs.
Designed with your future in mind, the Liberal Studies and Leadership program also includes the option to continue onto earning your Bachelor's degree if that's a goal for you.
The Associate of Arts in Leadership and Personalized Studies degree prepares students for careers, citizenship, and possibly further education. As a student of the liberal studies program, you will develop a wide range of skills that can be adapted to your particular career goals and areas of interest.
Your degree prepares you to…
- Communicate effectively
- Think critically and creatively
- Make connections across disciplines
- Become knowledgeable, engaged citizens of our local and global communities
- Assume leadership roles
- Apply your knowledge in all areas of your professional and personal lives
Learn more about Leadership and Personalized Studies at Parkside.
He cultivates a teaching practice based on asking questions, reflective critical thinking and problem-solving. For him, the solution is to be found in a creative and intelligent process, rather than in the adoption of ready-to-consume simplifications. He believes that teaching is a fundamentally emancipatory act.
Interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinary characterize his research. Those traits derive from his own educational trajectory in Political Science, Education, International Affairs, Journalism and Literature. They also originate in his belief that power and politics are situated at the heart of the curriculum and teaching praxis.
He has published educational books, numerous articles, book chapters, and essays on democratization, education, popular music and politics, education, elections, political and social movements in Africa and Latin America, and civil-military relations,