ROTC 1201 (CPR/First Aid & Marksmanship)
Make your first new peer group at college: one committed to performing well and enjoying the experience. Studies in the fundamentals of rifle and pistol marksmanship and practical experience in marksmanship on a range. Emphasis is placed on the study of weapons safety. The course offers the opportunity for students to be certified in basic first aid and procedures - CPR. An optional weekend field training exercise is offered (and fun!).
ROTC 1202 (Survival and Land Navigation)
An introduction to Basic Military Science. Studies in basic military skills. Emphasis is placed on methods and techniques of survival and land navigation, but the course is also designed to enhance self-confidence and physical fitness through active participation in adventure-type training. Includes a leadership laboratory to teach theses principles. An optional weekend field training exercise is offered.
ROTC 2201 (Applied Leadership and Management)
An application of basic leadership and management principles. The course ethics apply, based on leadership skills that develop individual abilities and contribute to the building of effective teams of people. Learn the role of the United States Army, communication skills such as oral presentations, writing concisely, planning of events, coordination of group efforts, fundamentals of ROTC's Leadership Development program. An optional weekend field training exercise is offered.
ROTC 2202 (Intermediate Leadership and Management Techniques)
Learn techniques for training others as an aspect of continued leadership development. Supervisory personnel and motivational techniques are studied through placement of students in positions of small unit leaders, given assigned tasks. Introduction to basic tactical mission applications and principles. Includes a leadership laboratory. An optional weekend field training exercise is offered.
ROTC 2604 (Internship in Military Science Leadership)
A four week practicum in military leadership where a student is given the opportunity to learn and enhance self-confidence skills through active participation in adventure training. The course focuses on basic fundamentals of planning and organizing, team building and small unit operations. Students receive an introduction to basic leadership and management principals. Students who complete this course will be eligible to enter the Advanced Program.
ROTC 3201 (Basic Army Physical Development)
An in-depth study of the Army's physical fitness program. From this curriculum, a student can develop a physical fitness program that best suits one's ability or physical desire. One can learn to perform individual physical assessments. Other topics include nutrition, stress management, mental fitness/performance enhancement and physical training. Includes limited outdoor physical conditioning and a leadership laboratory.
ROTC 3202 (Advanced Army Physical Development)
A practicum in physical development where a student applies the physical development skills learned in Basic Army Physical Development and applies them to a program that best suits the individual. The student will be tested in accordance to Army Field Manual 21-20 and the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) to determine one's ability and Army Regulation 600-9 in attainment of a physical goal. Includes extensive outdoor physical conditioning and a leadership laboratory.
ROTC 3401 (Advanced Military Leadership)
This course introduces the student to the responsibilities, character and uniqueness of the commissioned officer as a professional. Topics include the role of the small unit leader, radio communications, advanced military leadership, tactical operations and oral communications. Weekend field training exercise is mandatory.
ROTC 3402 (Small Unit Tactics)
MSL 3402 uses increasingly intense situational leadership challenges to build cadet awareness and skills in leading tactical operations. Having learned squad-level tactics in MSL 3401, cadets now learn to lead up to platoon level. Cadets review aspects of combat, stability, and support operations. They also conduct military briefings and develop proficiency in garrison operation orders. The focus is on exploring, evaluating, and developing skills in decision making, persuading, and motivating team members in the COE. MSL 3402 cadets are evaluated on what they know and do as leaders as they prepare to attend LDAC.
ROTC 3604 (Internship in Military Science)
The purpose of the Leadership Development & Assessment Course is to train leadership and evaluate officer potential. Technical/tactical proficiency and leadership skills will be put to the test in a carefully planned and stressful training sequence. Light Infantry tactics are the individual training vehicle.
ROTC 4401 (Staff Management and Responsibilities)
An examination of the garrison and administrative responsibilities of the commissioned officer. An in-depth analysis of staff procedures, the military writing program, advanced leadership assessment and the decision-making process. Pre-commissioning actions are performed during this course. Weekend field training exercises are mandatory.
ROTC 4403 (Advanced Military Science)
This course includes the ethical and professional responsibilities of the commissioned officer and studies the Military Justice System as well as the Army training system and Customs and Traditions of the Army from the perspective of a newly commissioned Second Lieutenant. Weekend field training exercises are mandatory.