ARMY - Army
ARMY101 Basic Military Science I (1 Credit)
An exploration of leadership application through classroom instruction, leadership training and mentorship, adventure exercises and camaraderie. Hands on experience in managerial operations and military techniques. Applied military customs and techniques through physical and mental training.
ARMY103 Basic Army Physical Fitness (2 Credits)
This course allows beginners to learn the basic Army Physical Fitness program. Through a series of rigorous progressive workouts, the student advances from novice status to meet the requirements of the Army Physical Fitness Test. Course content also introduces students to Army managerial skills and basic military tactics and techniques.
ARMY105 Basic Military Science II (3 Credits)
Exploration of the Army Leadership Model through classroom instruction, leadership training and mentorship. Develops knowledge and competency in physical fitness through rigorous training and experiential leadership education through leadership laboratories.
ARMY106 Basic Military Science I (3 Credits)
Introduction to the personal challenges and competencies that are critical for effective leadership and communication. Develops knowledge and competency in physical fitness through rigorous training and experiential leadership education through leadership laboratories.
Restriction: Students must meet Officer candidate criteria to participate in field training.
ARMY119 ARMY ROTC INDEPENDENT STUDY (1 Credit)
Exploration of the Army Leadership Model through group discussion, leadership exercises and research.
Restriction: Permission of UGST-Army ROTC.
Repeatable to: 2 credits.
Additional Information: -Intended to impart the lecture curriculum of ARMY105 without the labs.
ARMY201 Army Leadership Development (3 Credits)
This course is an intensive examination of the Army Leadership Model in practice. The model is compared to leadership styles and techniques from government and industry and the comparative effectiveness of each. Students form their own personal leadership styles.
Restriction: Sophomore standing or higher.
ARMY202 Military Leadership in Practice (3 Credits)
This course uses the case study method to examine the Army Leadership Model as applied to assigned missions in U.S. history. Students learn to evaluate and assimilate effective leadership methods and techniques. Includes a laboratory period in which case studies are worked out and presented by individuals and groups.
ARMY301 Advanced Military Leadership I (3 Credits)
Reinforces understanding and application of Army leadership strategies, critical decision making methodologies, physical and mental fitness excellence. Includes a laboratory period in applied leadership, common military tasks and physical fitness.
ARMY302 Advanced Military Leadership II (3 Credits)
Prepares contracted students for certification at the Army National Advance Camp, a prerequisite for commissioning as an officer in the U.S. Army. Focus is directed to military tactics, squad and platoon drills, marksmanship, land navigation and fitness excellence. Includes a laboratory period in applied leadership skills as well as a three day field exercise.
ARMY401 Advanced Military Leadership III (3 Credits)
Introduces contracted students to the study of Army structure, practices and processes exercised by Army Commanders and Staff in completing personnel, logistics, training and combat operations. Includes a laboratory in applied leadership skills and two field exercises.
ARMY402 Advanced Military Leadership IV (3 Credits)
The military system and code of ethics in the military environment is studied. Topics include code of conduct during all forms of military operations, the Geneva Conventions and the ethical decision making process. Also includes a laboratory in applied leadership skills, fitness excellence and two field exercises.