Interdisciplinary Reflection

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Interdisciplinary study is termed as the approach to solving problems, answering questions, and addressing contemporary social concerns from multiple views. It subjects students to active roles where they design their educational plans and define their career goals and objectives. As a student taking this course, I wish to state that it has played major key roles in my major concentration and career development. Through this course, I have been able to understand my college degree and its main focus in different ways. This course has also offered me the free will to select three of its concentration in unique liberal or professional areas of study in arts. A summary of Health Psychology, Introduction to Organizational Leadership, and Sociology …show more content…
From the top management to the junior staff, leadership greatly determines the realization of organizational goals. The concepts of leadership mentioned help in familiarizing me with the various approaches as well as theories that lead to good leadership. Classroom experiences, assignment, case studies, discussions, and lectures played a crucial role in touching all aspects of good leadership. I am now confident that I can define leadership in work organizations, describe theories connected to leadership and their strength and weakness. I can now explain their effects on groups and organization and analyze my personality in terms of leadership style and apply the concepts and theories related to leadership to real life situations. Those knowledges are really helpful for me to learn my major …show more content…
I learned how I can solve problems, answer questions, and address contemporary social concerns from a global perspective. The experiences in examining leadership skills and the emphasis on the top management creating a cordial relationship with their junior staff have left a lasting impact on my professional career development. When I will own my firm, I will not disregard the views of my junior colleagues. I have learned that a good leader should be open to rectification and should not cling to the notion that the boss is always right. The materials learned in SSC 499 course apply to my major concentration in International Studies. I have learned to be open-minded and embrace different people on a global platform regardless of their cultural beliefs, ideological differences, and religious views. The course also exposed me to important writing skills, searching information and citation skills. When I apply for graduate school in the future, it is really important for me to have those skills and improve

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