Military Science (ARMY)

ARMY 101  - Fundamentals of Military Science  (2 Credits)  

Development of leadership, management, and communication skills. Map reading, land navigation, and study/time management techniques.

ARMY 102  - Introduction to the Army  (2 Credits)  

History, organization, mission, and role of United States Army in national defense. Components of total Army structure. Emphasis on group dynamics and communication skills.

ARMY 201  - Fundamentals of Military Leadership  (3 Credits)  

Oral and written military communications, planning, and organizing techniques. Current military leadership doctrine and application. Combined arms concepts, organizations, and tactics.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences

ARMY 202  - Fundamentals of Military Decision Making  (3 Credits)  

Soldier skills, including map reading and land navigation. Introduces Army troop-leading procedures through practical exercises and principles of war using historical events.

ARMY 301  - Advanced Military Decision Making  (4 Credits)  

Small group leadership through practical applications. Individual leadership skills with emphasis on problem analysis, decision formulation, and steps of decision making.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences

ARMY 302  - Applied Military Leadership  (4 Credits)  

Continues development of leadership competencies and confidence. Tactical training exercises to enhance leadership development.

Prerequisites: ARMY 301.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences

ARMY 400  - Nurses Summer Training Program Clinical Elective  (3 Credits)  

A 3-week summer nursing experience conducted at an Army hospital in the United States, Europe, or Asia that orients the cadet nurse to the mission of the U.S. Army Medical Department and its health care delivery system. It provides a minimum of 120 hours of clinical experience to develop nursing, leadership, administrative, and interpersonal skills.

Prerequisites: completion of the Leadership Development Assessment Course [LDAC], NURS 412 or its equivalent, acceptance into any Army ROTC, and enrolled Army ROTC Nursing Cadets.
ARMY 401  - Leadership and Management Seminar I  (4 Credits)  

Current Army leadership, tactical, and training doctrine. Military law in context of peacekeeping/enforcement operations. Overview of Army's role in joint operations.

Prerequisites: ARMY 301.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences

ARMY 402  - Leadership and Management Seminar II  (4 Credits)  

Application of current Army leadership, tactical, and training doctrine. Evolution of military professionalism; civil-military relations, personal and professional ethics, and military justice system.

Prerequisites: ARMY 401.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences

ARMY 406  - American Military Experience  (3 Credits)  

Transformation of war and of the institutions for waging war from the American Revolution to the present.

Cross-listed course: HIST 468