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What classes do I need to take and when?

Freshman Level Classes

Fall Semester

MILS 101. Bushcraft Skills, 1 hour, Fall

Instruction in adventure-oriented skills necessary for outdoor survival. Focus is on basic leadership development with a hands-on approach to classroom instruction. Includes techniques of camping, land navigation, marksmanship and life survival skills. Two class periods of one hour each per week.

 

MILS 103. Physical Conditioning I, 1 hour, Fall

Introduction to physical fitness. Set and meet a physical fitness goal. Learn the principles of fitness and apply these principles to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test. Same as PE 013.

 

Spring Semester

 MILS 102. Introduction to Military Leadership, 1 hour, Spring

Students explore the dimensions of leadership values, attributes, skills, and actions in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Overview the fundamentals of the military such as setting direction, problem solving, presenting briefings, providing feedback and using effective

writing skills.

MILS 104. Physical Conditioning II, 1 hour, Spring

Progressive conditioning program. Army Physical Fitness Test is given as midterm and final. Same as PE 013.

MILS 100. Military History of the US, 3 hours, Spring

From 1776 to the present. Freshmen and sophomores only. Juniors with permission of instructor. Same as HIST 100.

Sophomore Level Classes

Fall Semester

MILS 201. Military Leadership and Management I, 2 hours, Fall

Basic principles of influencing human behavior applying the principles of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling in organizations. Includes military specific functions of small unit tactics, land navigation and communications.

 

(Physical Training will be required every semester for contracted Cadets)  No Grade after two classes

 

Spring Semester

 

MILS 202. Military Leadership and Management II, 2 hours, Spring

Provides a solid foundation of basic military skills to prepare the student mentally and physically for ROTC Advanced Military Course. The course is divided into five major areas: Infantry Weapons; Infantry Individual Techniques and Tactics; First Aid; Written and Oral Communication Skills;

and Radio/Telephone Communication.

 

Summer (Optional)

 

MILS 203. Airborne Operations, 2 hours, Summer

Students who successfully complete this three week course at Fort Benning, Georgia are awarded the coveted Army Parachutist Badge. The coursehas three phases: Ground Week, Tower Week, and Jump Week. Students make five static line qualification parachute jumps during the third week from military cargo aircraft. The course is very physically demanding. To qualify, students must pass an Airborne Physical Readiness Test.

Prerequisite: U.S. Army ROTC Cadet status or permission of the Professor of Military Science.

MILS 204. Airmobile Operations, 2 hours, Summer

Students who successfully complete this two week course at an Army post are awarded the prestigious Air Assault Badge. The course includesactive participation in aircraft safety and familiarization in pathfinder techniques, airmobile insertions, basic rappelling and knots, advancedrappelling, helicopter rappelling, medical evacuation procedures and rigging/sling loading of rotary wing aircraft. Offered annually during the summer.

Prerequisite: U.S. Army ROTC Cadet status or permission of the Professor of Military Science.

 

Junior Level Classes

 

Fall Semester

 

MILS 301. Advanced Leadership and Management I, 3 hours, Fall

In-depth study of the management of personnel and programs, emphasizing military operations, terrain analysis, intelligence and security. Survey of contemporary leadership issues, great leaders of history, and combat leadership. Weekly laboratory for practical application of leadership techniques. Two lectures and one two-hour lab per week. Prerequisite: MILS 202 or 300 or consent of Professor of Military Science.

 

Spring Semester

 

MILS 302. Advanced Leadership and Management II, 3 hours, Spring

Advanced principles of influencing human behavior applying the principles of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling in organizations. Includes detail knowledge of small unit tactics, land navigation and communications. Two lectures and one two-hour lab per week. Prerequisite: MILS 202 or 300 or consent of Professor of Military Science.

 

Summer

 

MILS 303. Leader Development and Assessment Course, 4 hours, Summer

Five weeks of practical leadership application training, performed primarily in a field environment, at an Army installation between the junior and senior years. Nurses may attend a three week clinical phase in an Army hospital. The Army pays housing, meals, travel expenses and a stipend (approx $700) for the period. Prerequisites: MILS 302 and consent of Professor of Military Science.

 

Summer Optional

 

MILS 304. Cadet Troop Leader Training, 3 hours, Summer

Assignment off-campus in an officer role with an active Army unit for three to five weeks in the summer after completion of Advanced Camp. Prerequisites: MILS 302 and 303 and consent of Professor of Military Science.

 

MILS 305. Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP), 2 hours, Summer

A three-week clinical experience for selected nurse cadets which provides opportunities to develop and practice leadership skills in a clinical environment. Incorporates use of military, leadership, clinical nursing, administrative, and interpersonal skills. Will meet the 2 semester hour elective for nursing majors. Same as NURS 411.

 

Senior Level Classes

 

Fall Semester

 

MILS 401. Seminar in Leadership and Management I, 3 hours, Fall

Case study/discussion of topics in individual leadership and organizational management. Emphasis on functions and role of an officer in charge of a military unit. Operations, training, administration and logistical support of organizations are covered in-depth, with the student practicing leadership and management skills in a designated cadet battalion leadership position. Two lectures and one two-hour lab a week. Prerequisites: MILS 302 and 303 and consent of Professor of Military Science.

 

Spring Semester

 

MILS 402. Seminar in Leadership and Management II, 3 hours, Spring

Expose cadets to missions and tasks most associated with a Second Lieutenant, reinforce individual competencies and afford officer leadership experiences. To prepare cadets for the transition to Second Lieutenant. Two lectures and one two-hour lab a week.

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