What is LS?
LS stands for Leadership and Supervision. ItĂ˘€™s an innovative degree program found at Indiana and other regional campuses. OLS prepares students for supervisory positions, for jobs in human resource management or human resource development, and for leadership positions at all levels within organizations. People working in a wide variety of jobs have sought the skills and knowledge taught in the LS curriculum.
How is it different from a business program?
The LS curriculum focuses on the human interactions occurring in all types of organizations, both profit and non-profit. The emphasis is on leadership, team development and facilitation, organizational behavior, and human resource management. In contrast, most business programs focus on concepts and skills related to commerce. Typically business programs feature a great deal of quantitative courses (e.g., finance, accounting, economics), whereas Leadership and SupervisionĂ˘€™s courses tend to concentrate on understanding and leading people.
What do students learn?
People Ply students learn how to create better-functioning organizations and more satisfied and productive workforces. More specifically, they learn :-