Despite widespread acknowledgement of the importance of leadership education, undergraduate leadership degree programs in Canada are limited and, in some cases, struggling for survival. This case study examines the ways in which competing discourses of careerism, corporatization, liberal arts education, and business education impact an undergraduate leadership program’s sustainability.

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