Prospective Students

Program Plan

The Army ROTC courses are college elective’s focusing on leadership and management skills. Offering many scholarships and awards. The ROTC program consists of the Basic Course and the Advanced Course. The Basic Course provides college students the opportunity to learn about and experience the U.S. Army without incurring any military obligation during their freshman and sophomore years. The Advanced Course prepares juniors, seniors and graduate students for commissioning as officers in the active U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard.

Two-Year or Four-Year Program

The program in military science may be completed in either two or four years. The two-year program requires students to have a minimum of 54 semester hours and meet the qualifications to enter the Advanced Course.  One of the following qualifications are required to enroll in the Advanced Course:  Complete ROTC Basic Course, Cadet Initial Training, 4 Years JROTC, or Completion of Basic Training.  All students entering the Advanced Course must be eligible to contract with the Army.

Basic Course

The Basic Course refers to freshman- and sophomore-level Military Science electives. Students wishing to enter the Basic Course simply register for one or more of the course electives. There is no military obligation incurred by taking these electives for freshman students or non-scholarship sophomores. The minimum electives necessary for completing the Basic Course follow:

Hours

MIL 110 Fall

Leadership/Natl Security

1

MIL 111 Fall

Leadership Application I

1

MIL 120 Spring

Foundation Leadership Team Development

1

MIL 121 Spring

Leadership Development

1

MIL 210 Fall

Basic Leadership Skills

2

MIL 211 Fall

Basic Leadership Development

1

MIL 220 Spring

Military Leadership Skills

2

MIL 221 Spring

Mil Leadership Mgt Application II

1

MIL 250 

Leader Training Course Basic Camp

MIL 335 Fall/Sp

American Military Experience (can take later if needed)

3

Total Hours

13

Advanced Course

The Advanced Course consists of junior- and senior-level Military Science electives. The course requires students to take the electives in sequence, unless authorized by the professor of military science, and complete Advanced Camp. Advanced Camp is a paid 32-day leadership evaluation course conducted at Fort Knox, KY, during the summer between the junior and senior years. The Advanced Course consists of the following core courses:

Hours

MIL 310 Fall

Small Unit Tactical Leadership

3

MIL 311 Fall

Small Unit Leader App Lab I

1

MIL 320 Spring

Advanced Leadership Skills

3

MIL 321 Spring

Small Unit Leader App Lab II

1

MIL 410 Fall

Military Science IV

3

MIL 411 Fall

Adv Leadership Application Lab I

1

MIL 420 Spring

Military Science IV

3

MIL 421 Spring

Adv Leadership Application Lab II

1

Total Hours

16

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