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Military Programs

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Air Force Studies (Air Force ROTC)

The program in Air Force Studies affords students opportunities to learn about the United States Air Force and its role in national security while exploring the opportunity to earn an Air Force officer's commission concurrent with a college degree. Freshman and sophomore courses are open to all students and incur no military obligation. The courses are fully accredited, 1-hour electives. To enroll in Air Force ROTC, a student simply registers for a course in Air Force Studies. Air Force ROTC courses are currently not offered through distance learning.

Officer Training Corps Studies (Army ROTC)

Army ROTC is a college elective that focuses on leadership and management skills. 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. Army ROTC courses are currently not offered through distance learning.

Air Force Studies (AFS) Courses

AFS 101. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 102. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 110. Foundations Of The Usaf. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 120. Foundations Of The Usaf. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 201. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 202. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 230. Evolutn Of Us Air Power. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 240. Evolutn Of Us Air Power. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 301. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 302. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 350. Usaf Leadership Studies. 3 sem. hrs.

AFS 360. Usaf Leadership Studies. 3 sem. hrs.

AFS 401. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 402. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 470. National Security Affair. 3 sem. hrs.

AFS 480. National Security Affair. 3 sem. hrs.

AFS 491. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

AFS 492. Leadership Laboratory. 1 sem. hr.

Military Science (MIL) Courses

MIL 101. Beginning Army Fitness. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 102. Beginning Army Fitness Train. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 110. Leadership/Natl Security. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 111. Leadership Application I. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 120. Foundatn Leadershp Team Develm. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 121. Leadership Development. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 201. Int Army Fitness Training. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 202. Intermed Army Fitness Train. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 210. Basic Leadership Skills. 2 sem. hrs.

MIL 211. Basic Leadership Development. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 220. Military Leadership Skills. 2 sem. hrs.

MIL 221. Mil Leadership Mgt Applicn II. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 250. Leader Trng Course Basic Camp. 6 sem. hrs.

MIL 301. Advanced Army Fitness. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 302. Advanced Army Fitness Training. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 310. Small Unit Tactical Leadership. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 311. Small Unit Leader Appl Lab I. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 320. Advanced Leadership Skills. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 321. Small Unit Leader Appl Lab II. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 335. American Military Experience. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 401. Army Fitness Development. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 402. Army Fitness Program Developmt. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 410. Military Science IV. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 411. Adv Leadership Applicatn Lab I. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 420. Military Science IV. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 421. Adv Leadersh Applicatn Lab II. 1 sem. hr.

MIL 490. Enhanced Leadership Stdy. 3 sem. hrs.

MIL 492. Design Fitness Program. 1 sem. hr.

Course prepares students to design and implement a rigorous physical fitness program in accordance with U.S. Army standards, focusing on a holistic approach to health and fitness. Offered in fall and spring semesters.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 321 and MIL 311; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.

MIL 493. Risk Management and Safety. 1 sem. hr.

Course prepares students to recognize risk behaviors and situations, plan safe and effective training, and reduce risks both on and off duty with a focus on awareness and prevention. Offered fall, spring, and summer.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 311 and MIL 321; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.

MIL 494. Academic Mentorship Program. 1 sem. hr.

Course prepares students to design and implement an advising and mentoring program to increase retention of younger peers, focusing on organization and time management. Offerred fall, spring, and summer.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 311 and MIL 321; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.

MIL 495. Operations Planning. 1 sem. hr.

Course prepares students to conduct staff estimates, plan training requirements, develop operations orders, and supervise training. Offered fall and spring semesters.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 311 and MIL 321; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.

MIL 496. Ethical Foundations. 1 sem. hr.

Prepares students to recognize risk behaviors and situations, plan counseling sessions, make informed referrals to assistance agencies, and improve the quality of life for employees. Offered fall, spring, and summer.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 311 and MIL 321; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.

MIL 497. Human Resources Internship. 1 sem. hr.

Prepars students to coordinate personnel actions, prepaare military memoranda, manage databases, and perform clerical duties expected of future officers, Offered fall, spring, and summer.
Prerequisite(s): MIL 311 and MIL 321; or MIL 411 and MIL 421.