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ROTC Program

ROTC helps you develop the leadership and managerial skills you need for success in the Army or any other profession you choose.

As a freshman and sophomore in the ROTC program, you will learn the value of teamwork and the strength of concentrated group effort on mission accomplishment. You will learn the value of honesty, integrity and ethics, and strengthen your personal character by participation in orienteering, rappelling, paintball, and other hands-on activities.

You will be given many leadership challenges your junior and senior years. You will teach classes, lead physical fitness sessions, undertake special projects and run training exercises. As a senior, you form the staff that runs the cadet program. At the conclusion of each leadership opportunity you are mentored and critiqued by professional military officers and sergeants.

Throughout the program you will participate in a variety of social events and extracurricular activities, such as the annual military ball and field training exercises at Fort McCoy. Opportunities also exist for summer internships at Army posts around the world, as well as participation in special military training, such as airborne school.

Army ROTC Course Requirements

(18 credits required)

Complete all Army ROTC courses with a GPA of 2.0 or better:

Basic Courses: Freshman/Sophomore Years

  • MSL 101: Leadership and Personal Development
  • MSL 102: Introduction to Tactical Leadership
  • MSL 201: Innovative Team Leadership
  • MSL 202: Foundations of Tactical Leadership

Advanced Courses: Junior and Senior Years

  • MSL 301: Adaptive Team Leadership
  • MSL 302: Applied Team Leadership
  • MSL 401: Developing Adaptive Leaders
  • MSL 402: Leadership in a Complex World

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