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MAPL 611 Political and Advocacy Leadership

MAPL 611 is a required core course in the Master of Advocacy and Political Leadership (MAPL) Program. The course provides the knowledge and skills needed to help advocates strengthen their abilities to lead wisely, ethically and effectively in political and community settings. It provides an interdisciplinary framework to explore the principles of power and leadership, and features effective leaders from Minnesota and other states discussing their principles of leadership.
4 Graduate credits

Effective January 12, 2015 to present

Learning outcomes


  • What it means to be a leader
  • Moral Leadership
  • Leadership and Authority
  • Courage and Leadership
  • Group Dynamics and Decision-making
  • Creativity and Reality
  • Listening and Communication
  • Inspiration and Creativity

Spring 2024

Section Title Instructor books eservices
01 Political and Advocacy Leadership Ryg, Matt Peterson, Erik S Books for MAPL-611-01 Spring 2024 Course details for MAPL-611-01 Spring 2024