Fostering Leaders. Driving Change. Shaping Tomorrow.

Welcome future Changemakers!

The working environment is evolving, and organizations of all types are increasingly challenged to respond and adapt to changes in social values, technical innovations, and global business needs.

The LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development is committed to providing rigorous academic programs that challenge our students to think critically and creatively. Education should be holistic, and our students should have opportunities to develop their leadership skills, their emotional intelligence, and their sense of social responsibility.

Our programs are designed to develop the leadership, planning, analytical, problem solving, and change management capabilities that today’s globalized organizations need to be successful. 

We believe that this diversity is a strength, and that by working together, we can achieve great things.


Be the Catalyst of Change in Global Working Culture.

Discover How our Academic Programs at the School Leadership & Human Resource Development Empower You to Make a Lasting Impact

A Century of Excellence: Empowering Leaders, Driving Change Worldwide


Human Resource Manager

- 2021 Median Pay, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Job Outlook Growth

- 2021, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Headliners & Highfliers

Our students strive to #GeauxChangeLives, and that's exactly how Maya Gunaldo, LSU CHSE junior, spent her spring break. Gunaldo, a Leadership & Human Resource Development major, was one of 10 LSU students chosen to be selected to travel to Ghana with LSU's Global Ambassadors Program (GAP).

The LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development (SHLRD) proudly announced Tyree Mitchell, PhD, was one of five research teams awarded a prestigious grant from the Gulf Research Program (GRP) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM). Mitchell's grant aims to support projects focused on enhancing safety culture and safety management systems (SMS) in the offshore energy industry.

The Eyes of Freedom with 'Silent Battle' will be on display at the LSU Huey P. Long Field House in Baton Rouge March 4 - 8, 2024, hosted by the LSU Veterans Resource Center, the Wounded Warrior Project, and the LSU College of Human Sciences & Education.

I have learned so much about how we can collectively make an impact on our world, and those impacts have to happen by being globally engaged.

Jaron Bertrand2021 LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development Alumna
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