Military Science (MILS)

 

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1000 LEVEL COURSES


1101. MSI Foundations of Officership I (1). Introduction to the Army profession, the role of the Army officer, and military leadership. Instruction on time management and physical fitness, as well as general military skills. Survey of pre-commissioning program requiring no military obligation. F.

1102. MSI Foundations of Officership II (1). Introduction to the Army profession, the role of the Army officer, and military leadership. Instruction on time management and physical fitness, as well as general military skills. Survey of pre-commissioning program requiring no military obligation. S.

 

2000 LEVEL COURSES


2201. MSII Individual Leadership Studies – Leadership and Teamwork I (2). Prerequisites: MILS 1101 and 1102 or consent of instructor. Introduction to decision-making and group processes relating to military leadership. Focus on character development, role of the officer, and Army values. F.

2202. MSII Individual Leadership Studies – Leadership and Teamwork II (2). Prerequisites: MILS 1101 and 1102 or consent of instructor. Introduction to decision-making and group processes relating to military leadership. Focus on character development, role of the officer, and Army values. S.

2203. MSII Independent Studies in Leadership and Teamwork (2). Prerequisite: Consent of department chairman. Individualized studies in military leadership and teamwork. Select lab and/or class participation may be required. May be repeated and may substitute for 2201 or 2202 credit. F and S.

 

3000 LEVEL COURSES


3301. MSIII Leadership and Problem Solving I (3). Prerequisites: MILS 2201 and 2202, basic training, or consent of the instructor. Prepares student for summer completion of the Leadership Development and Assessment Course. Emphasis on small-unit tactics, troop leading procedures, field training, and basic soldiering skills such as land navigation and rifle marksmanship. F.

3302. MSIII Leadership and Problem Solving II (3). Prerequisites: MILS 2201 and 2202, basic training, or consent of the instructor. Prepares student for summer completion of the Leadership Development and Assessment Course. Emphasis on small-unit tactics, troop leading procedures, field training, and basic soldiering skills such as land navigation and rifle marksmanship. S.

3303. MSIII Independent Studies in Leadership and Problem Solving (3). Prerequisite: Consent of department chairman. Individualized studies in military leadership and problem solving. Select lab and/or class participation may be required. May be repeated and may substitute for 3301 or 3302 credit. F and S.

 

4000 LEVEL COURSES


4301. MSIV Officership I (3). Prerequisites: MILS 3301 and 3302. Focus on transition from cadet to lieutenant with an introduction to military law and ethics, leadership case studies, hands-on practice sessions, and a Senior Leadership Project. F.

4302. MSIV Officership II (3). Prerequisites: MILS 3301 and 3302. Focus on transition from cadet to lieutenant with an introduction to military law and ethics, leadership case studies, hands-on practice sessions, and a Senior Leadership Project. S.

4303. MSIV Independent Studies in Officership (3). Prerequisite: Consent of department chairman. Individualized studies in military officership and professional development. Select lab and/or class participation may be required. May be repeated and may substitute for 4301 or 4302 credit. F and S.

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