This course is identified as an interdisciplinary offering, thus a focus on diverse learning expectations and styles is maintained. The course offers a highly motivating, practical and theoretical forum for student learning and achievement. Students will utilize the constructs of organizational theory, institutional leadership, human impact on the environment (referred to as business externalities) and physical activity management to develop and implement meaningful school and community based events. These events will provide the students with the opportunity to learn, to plan, and to work both independently and collaboratively; and will serve as research foundations for discourse on the impact and importance of ethical and accountable leadership. Achievement of the interdisciplinary expectations will be assessed as a record of student learning.