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MIL-100: Military Science I (1 hour)

Introduction to the issues and competencies that are central to a commissioned officer's responsibilities. Officership, leadership, Army Values, and "life skills" including fitness and time management. Includes outdoor activities including rappelling, rifle shooting, and small unit tactics. Fall semester.



MIL-102: Military Science I (1 hour)

Expands upon fundamentals introduced in MIL 100 by focusing on communications, leadership, and problem solving. Participation in outdoor activities such as team building exercises, rappelling, rifle shooting and water survival training. Broad overview of physical well-being and life in the Army. Spring semester.



MIL-103: Military Science I Laboratory (1 hour)

Weekly on campus leadership laboratory involving practical instruction of military skills and application of leadership dimensions to improve student/cadets' abilities to perform as officers in the U.S. Army. This course may be repeated one time. Requires concurrent enrollment in MIL 100 or MIL 102 Military Science I.



MIL-200: Military Science II (3 hours)

Customs and traditions of military service, seminar in the Army's role in global conflict and general subjects. Advanced leadership laboratory--rifle marksmanship and care of combat casualties, includes one weekend practical exercise. Wearing of military uniform is required. Fall semester.



MIL-202: Military Science II (3 hours)

Leadership development seminar, and general military subjects. Advanced leadership laboratory-land navigation, includes one weekend practical exercise. Wearing of military uniform is required. Spring semester.



MIL-300: Advanced Military Science III (3 hours)

Military writing, organizational effectiveness, operation orders, map reading, and general military subjects. Included is a laboratory activity that will offer drill and ceremonies. Includes two weekend practical exercises and physical training three days per week. Prerequisite: : MIL 100/102 Military Science I, MIL 103 Military Science I Laboratory and MIL 200/202 Military Science II or equivalent (USACC Leaders Training Course). Fall semester.



MIL-302: Advanced Military Science III (3 hours)

Small unit tactics, communications, command and staff; branches of the army, map reading. Included is a laboratory activity that will offer weapon systems, water survival test and pre-camp orientation. Includes two weekend practical exercises. Prerequisite: MIL 100/102 Military Science I, MIL 103 Military Science I Laboratory, MIL 200/202 Military Science II and MIL 300 Advanced Military Science III. Spring semester.



MIL-303: Leadership Assessment and Development Course (5 hours)

A five-week internship conducted at Fort Lewis, Washington. Students are formed into small groups with college students from across the nation. The instruction is highly structured and demanding, stressing leadership at small unit levels under varying, challenging conditions. Prerequisites: MIL 100/102 Military Science I, MIL 103 Military Science I Laboratory, MIL 200/202 Military Science II and MIL 300/302 Advanced Military Science III.



MIL-400: Advanced Military Science IV (3 hours)

Administration and logistics, mechanized team tactics, interpersonal skills and counseling. Included is a laboratory activity that will offer leadership development and organizational theory, assumption of duties of cadet chain of command. Includes two weekend practical exercises. Prerequisite: MIL 100/102 Military Science I, MIL 103 Military Science I Laboratory, MIL 200/202 Military Science II and MIL 300/302 Advanced Military Science III. Fall semester.



MIL-402: Advanced Military Science IV (3 hours)

Military law, leadership problems, ethics and professionalism, general military subjects. Included in the class is a laboratory activity that will offer practical staff exercises. Includes two weekend practical exercises. Prerequisite: MIL 100/102 Military Science I, MIL 103 Military Science I Laboratory, MIL 200/202 Military Science II, MIL 300/302 Advanced Military Science III and MIL 400 Advanced Military Science IV. Spring semester.



MIL-455: Seminar in Military Science (3 hours)

Intensive study of a specific topic, problem or theory in the military. May be repeated. Requires completion of the Basic Course and consent of the department chairman.


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