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ROTC cadets enjoy a wide range of activities in and out of the classroom.


Freshman Class and Laboratory

MIL S 101/102 Officership and the US Army
These courses form the core of the freshman year curriculum. MIL S 101 and 102 provide the framework for officership in a classroom setting.
MIL S 111/112 Leadership Laboratory
MIL S 111 and 112 teach hands-on skills such as marching and map reading in a laboratory setting.

Sophomore Class and Laboratory

MIL S 201/202 Small Organizational Operation
These courses form the core of the sophomore year curriculum. MIL S 201 and 202 provide the focus on leadership and management theory.
MIL S 211/212 Leadership Laboratory
MIL S 211 and 212 teach hands-on skills such as land navigation and small unit tactics in a laboratory setting.

Junior Class and Laboratory

MIL S 301/302 Small Unit Tactics
MIL S 301/302 form the core of the junior year curriculum. They focus on military tactics at the platoon level and lower. Cadets learn how to conduct operations such as reconnaissance, ambushes, and attacks. Students also participate in the Leadership Development Program where their abilities to lead are evaluated.
MIL S 311/312 Leadership Laboratory
MIL S 311/312 allow Cadets to practice the small unit tactics learned during class.
MIL S 321 Armed Conflict in Soceity
MIL S 321 provides a survey of US Army history. Students read historical accounts and produce an independent research paper.

Senior Class and Laboratory

MIL S 401/402 Contemporary Military Environment
Senior students study operations in the contemporary military environment. They discuss current Army operations, policies, learn mentorship techniques and plan and conduct training instruction for all Cadets.
MIL S 411/412 Leadership Laboratory
Senior Cadets serve as instructors for younger Cadets during this time.

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