Courses of Study 2011-2012 
    Jun 12, 2024  
Courses of Study 2011-2012 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Military Science|


All cadets take one course and a leadership laboratory each semester in military science. The number of hours a week spent in the classroom varies from semester to  semester, as does the credit received for each course. Additionally, cadets work out three days a week.

Practical Leadership Training:

Army Officer-Education Students:

No credit is given for leadership training, but participation is required for successful completion of the AROTC program. Students receive physical education credit for the laboratory. Each semester, cadets register for the appropriate leadership laboratory, consisting of physical fitness training three times per week, two hours of military  training each week, and one weekend training exercise per semester.

Professional Military Education (PME) Requirements:

In addition to the ROTC classes and leadership laboratories listed above, a number of courses are required as part of the contracted student’s academic program. These courses are offered by the university and round out the student’s professional education. The PME component of the ROTC program requires at least one college course in  each of the following areas: communication skills, military history, and an introduction to computers. Courses that meet these requirements are approved by the Professor of Military Science.