MS - MILITARY SCIENCE ARMY ROTC

Department of Military Science (ARS)


MS - 1010 THE MILITARY PROFESSION
[1 hour] An introduction to the technical, professional, and personal ramifications of officership, with emphasis on the customs and role of the modern Army and Reserve Officers' Training Corps.


MS - 1020 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP
[1 hour] Introduction to the leadership and management principles practiced universally and in the changing battlefield environment. Students develop and apply successful leadership skills and explore leadership, management, and decision making in the command environment.


MS - 2010 LEADERSHIP AND TACTICS
[2 hours] A study of U.S. Army tactics at the small unit level, focusing on leadership roles of soldiers and tactical employment of equipment.


MS - 2020 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
[2 hours] An application of the fundamental skills of leadership and management in scenarios simulating a platoon environment. The Army writing program is introduced and briefing techniques are practiced.


MS - 3010 SMALL UNIT TACTICS
[3 hours] A study of military leadership principles, effective communications, and modern light infantry tactical doctrine. Emphasis is placed on contemporary trends in leadership and management theory, and on military skills to prepare cadets for the successful completion of ROTC Advanced Camp. Prerequisite: Consent of Department.


MS - 3020 SMALL UNIT LEADERSHIP
[3 hours] An advanced study of individual and small unit leadership decision making at the platoon and company levels. ROTC Advanced Camp preparation is further emphasized. Prerequisite: Consent of Department


MS - 4010 STAFF OPERATIONS
[3 hours] An in-depth study of Army training and personnel management, administration, and logistics; with emphasis on the use of staff procedures and decision making. Army writing style and military briefing techniques are emphasized. Prerequisite: Consent of Department.


MS - 4020 MILITARY LAW AND ETHICS
[3 hours] A study of military law and the development of the present day military justice system. A case study approach to understand the fundamental values and principles of conduct required of professional soldiers. Prerequisite: Consent of Department.

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