Air Force ROTC (AFSC)

Courses

AFSC 1102 Foundations of the USAF I: 2 semester hours.

AFSC 1202 Foundations of USAF II: 2 semester hours.

Overall roles and missions of the USAF; career fields available. Emphasis on military customs and courtesies, appearance standards, core values, written and personal commnication. Introduction to American military history.
Prerequisites: AFSC 1102.

AFSC 2102 Evolution of Air Power I: 2 semester hours.

Key historical events and milestones in the development of air power as a primary instruction of United States national security. Core values and competencies of leaders in the United States Air Force. Tenets of leadership and ethics.
Prerequisites: AFSC 1202.

AFSC 2202 Evolution of Air Power II: 2 semester hours.

Key historcal events and milestones in the development of air power as a primary instruction of United States national security. Core values and competencies of leaders in the United States Air Force. Tenets of leadership and ethics.
Prerequisites: AFSC 2102.

AFSC 3103 Air Force Leadership Studies I: 3 semester hours.

Leadership, management fundamentals, professional knowledge, Air Force personnel and evaluation systems, and leadership ethics. Case studies of Air Force leadership and management situations.
Prerequisites: AFSC 2202.

AFSC 3203 Air Force Leadership Studies II: 3 semester hours.

Leadership, management fundamentals, professional knowledge, Air Force personnel and evaluation systems, and leadership ethics. Case studies of Air Force leadership and management situations.
Prerequisites: AFSC 3103.

AFSC 3306 Field Training: 6 semester hours.

No military obligation is associated with this course. Four weeks off-campus field training practicum. Introduces students to Air Force Leadership. Places student in demanding and stressful leadership situations.
Prerequisites: AFSC 3203.

AFSC 4103 National Security Affairs I: 3 semester hours.

Evolution of the role of national security in a democratic society with emphasis on policy formation, competing values and organizations. Civilian control of the military; roles of the services; functions of the Air Force commands.
Prerequisites: AFSC 3306.

AFSC 4203 National Security Affairs II: 3 semester hours.

Evolution of the role of national security in a democratic society with emphasis on policy formation, competing values and organizations. Civilian control of the military; roles of the services; functions of the Air Force commands.
Prerequisites: AFSC 4103.