MSL 1002 Basic Leadership:
Study and application of the Army ROTC Leadership Development Program (LDP). Instruction includes theory and application of leadership principles, competencies and dimensions. Individual leadership is developed through hands-on instruction in basic, individual military skills. Introduces students to leadership attributes and the application of those attributes in and out of the classroom. Students must register for and attend a two-hour weekly leadership laboratory (MSL 1002L).
MSL 1002L Freshman Leadership Laboratory:0 credit hours
Laboratory consists of a two-hour block of instruction that directly supports freshman classroom instruction. Participation in at least one weekend field training session, one community service project and two army physical fitness tests are required.
Corequisite: MSL 1002.
MSL 2102 Leadership and Teamwork Techniques:2 credit hoursThe future leader through classroom instruction, laboratory application and an in-depth look at basic troop/organization leadership principles and skills. Provides training on the basics of rifle marksmanship and instruction on the principles of modern warfare and effective writing. Students must register for and attend a two-hour weekly leadership laboratory.
MSL 2102L Sophomore Leadership Laboratory:0 credit hours
Laboratory consists of a two-hour block of instruction that directly supports sophomore classroom instruction. Participation in at least one weekend field training session, one community service project and two army physical fitness tests are required.
Corequisite: MSL 3202.
MSL 3202 Leadership and Ethics:3 credit hours
Improves cadet proficiency in those military subjects necessary to meet minimum standards of technical competence and self-confidence required of a junior officer in the U.S. Army. Prepares cadets for participation at ROTC advanced camp. Major emphasis during course is physical training and field training exercises. Student must attend a weekly two-hour leadership laboratory and participate in physical fitness sessions given at times other than normal class sessions.
MSL 4302 Officership:3 credit hours
Practical exercises dealing with the specifics of naval organizations and leadership.
MSL 4905 Independent Study:1-3 credit hours
Readings and discussion in advanced topics of military science.
Prerequisite: department permission.