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Effective Fall, 2003
67.110 Introduction to Military Science (1) - Provides an overview of the organization of the ROTC program. Introduces skills such as rappelling, marksmanship, military customs, preparing military correspondence, and practical field training. One hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.120 Introduction to Military Issues (1) - Provides a background in basic skills essential to leaders. Skills may include marksmanship, tactical movement, first aid, and communication skills. *One hour class per week,12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.210 Applied Leadership and Management I (1) - Provides an overview of the Army rank structure and a specific survey of the junior officer's duties and responsibilities within that rank structure. Practical training consists primarily of advanced land navigation skills as well as rappelling and practical field training. Two hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.220 Applied Leadership and Management II (1) - Presents the fundamentals of small unit leadership and mission planning techniques, to include the reverse planning process and problem-solving techniques. Students learn through case studies how to evaluate different leadership styles and techniques. Two hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.230 ROTC Basic Camp (4) - Sophomore summer semester course offered in lieu of the Basic Course for students who want to enter the Advanced Program. The camp is six weeks in duration and students are paid at the rate of half the basic pay for a second lieutenant.
67.310 Advanced Military Science I (3) - Provides a detailed study of the leadership techniques and the principles introduced in 67.220. Course places students in role model situations to provide first-hand experience in problems of small unit leadership. One 3-hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.320 Theory and Dynamics of the Military Team (3) - Practical application of the skills learned in 67.310. Students learn how to apply planning and management skills properly in conjunction with small unit tactics. One 3-hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.
67.330 ROTC Advanced Camp (6) - A 35-day practical application and evaluation phase required of each cadet prior to commissioning. Advanced camp places cadets in leadership positions where they must put into practice the techniques learned on campus in both tactical and nontactical situations.
67.410 Advanced Leadership and Management I (3) - Presents advanced leadership and management skills required of a manager in a military environment. Students perform roles in management of a military organization using skills in administration, training, conduct of meetings, briefings, and logistics.
67.420 Advanced Leadership and Management II (3) - Acquaints students through a series of case studies and role playing simulations with the high ethical standards required of a manager and leader. Students learn the basic procedures of military law and their application in a military environment. Students continue to perform roles in management of a military organization, using skills developed in prior military science courses. One 3-hour class per week, 12 hours laboratory time per semester.