Army ROTC (ARMY)

Courses

ARMY 1111 Foundations of Officership I: 1 semester hour.

Instills awareness of the role that ROTC plays in developing leaders. Students receive introductory seminar on the purpose, role, organization, and mission of the U.S. Army. Basic military skills are developed while providing students with skills and strategies that enable them to make successful transitions to university life.

ARMY 1112 Foundations of Officership II: 1 semester hour.

Instills awareness of the role that ROTC plays in developing leaders. Students receive introductory seminar on the purpose, role, organization, and mission of the U.S. Army. Basic military skills are developed while providing students with skills and strategies that enable them to make successful transitions to university life.

ARMY 1117 Leadership Laboratory I: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Physical Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 1118 Leadership Laboratory II: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Physical Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 2127 Leadership Laboratory III: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 2128 Leadership Laboratory IV: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 2221 Individual Leadership Studies and Team Work I: 2 semester hours.

Enhances basic individual skills, while emphasizing small-unit team building. Develops student leadership potential through study and application of principles and techniques of leadership in a military environment. Topics covered include communications, map reading and land navigation, survival techniques, and customs and laws of war.
Prerequisites: ARMY 1111 and (ARMY 1112 or ARMY 1121).

ARMY 2222 Individual Leadership Studies and Team Work II: 2 semester hours.

Studies principle in small-unit management, tactics, operations and leadership. Develops students' self-confidence in their leadership ability through progressive application of knowledge, decision making, communication and control.
Prerequisites: ARMY 2212.

ARMY 2320 Military History: 3 semester hours.

Provides a historical perspective to decisions made by American military leaders. The course covers major military engagements from the colonial period through the current operating environment. Students will examine how military leaders motivated their men, devised battle strategies, implemented rules of engagement, managed supplies, managed transportation assets as well as logistics for their troops.

ARMY 3137 Leadership Laboratory V: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Physical Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 3138 Leadership Laboratory VI: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Physical Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 3331 Principles and Techniques of Leadership and Management: 3 semester hours.

Studies leadership techniques and tactical operations at the small-unit level. An induction to the basic team/squad tactical employment. Instruction covers operation orders, troop leading procedures, and squad movement techniques. Individual skills in map reading, land navigation, basic rifle marksmanship and physical fitness are emphasized.
Prerequisites: (ARMY 2221 or ARMY 2212) and ARMY 2222.

ARMY 3332 Leadership Skills and Small Unit Tactics: 3 semester hours.

Studies leadership techniques and tactical operations at the small-unit level. In-depth analysis of team/squad tactical procedures and techniques. Instruction covers the principals of offensive and defensive combat operations, patrolling, the decision-making process, troop leading procedures, land navigation, and operation orders. Numerous student oral presentations and practical exercises.
Prerequisites: ARMY 3331 or ARMY 3313.

ARMY 3399 Independent Study: 1-3 semester hour.

Studies leadership techniques and tactical operations at the small-unit level. An induction to the basic team/squad tactical employment. Instruction covers operation orders, troop leading procedures, and squad movement techniques. Individual skills in map reading, land navigation, basic rifle marksmanship and physical fitness are emphasized. Or it will be an in-depth analysis of team/squad tactical procedures and techniques. Instruction covers the principals of offensive and defensive combat operations, patrolling, the decision-making process, troop leading procedures, land navigation, and operation orders.
Prerequisites: ARMY 2221 or ARMY 2212 and ARMY 2222.

ARMY 4141 Professional Reading for Army Leaders: 1 semester hour.

This course is a study and contemplation of essential components for the individual professional development of every Army Leader. In addition to training as Soldiers and physical fitness conditioning, the mind must improve through reading and critical thinking. The Army operates in a complex strategic environment demanding the improvement of knowledge for not only military affairs; but, economics, politics, and international affairs. This course will teach Cadets how to train for new types of missions, how to deploy forces rapidly to distant regions around the world, and how to pursue innovation and change while preserving the Army's core capabilities in an era of fiscal constraint. Additionally, this course will sharpen the understanding of strategic land power, the indispensable role of ethical leadership, and extraordinary demands of land combat. A challenging course set up to discuss debate, and think critically about ideas through reading.
Prerequisites: (ARMY 4341 or ARMY 4413) and (ARMY 4342 or ARMY 4423).

ARMY 4142 Effective Writing for Army Leaders: 1 semester hour.

This course teaches the standard for army writing. The study and practice of the Army Writing Program is essential to accurate, timely and informed communication. Army writing teaches written communication is a single rapid reading free of errors in grammar, mechanics, and usage. This course will teach Cadets how to write in a clear, concise, organized, and right to the point manner, using the bottom line up front technique. In addition, this class will provide accessible information on what kind of staff writing to demand and how to have it produced. Understand in detail what good Army writing is and how to establish uniform Army writing standards and use quantifiable tools to reinforce better writing.
Prerequisites: ARMY 4341 or ARMY 4413 and (ARMY 4342 or ARMY 4423).

ARMY 4147 Leadership Laboratory VII: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 4148 Leadership Laboratory VIII: 1 semester hour.

Considers the fundamentals of leadership. Provides practical exercise in command, organization, and control of small elements, together with physical fitness, using U.S. Army Readiness Training as a model.

ARMY 4341 Leadership and Management I: 3 semester hours.

Considers the role of the junior officer in the U.S. Army. Individual motivational and behavioral processes, leadership, communications, financial planning, counseling, command and staff functions are emphasized.

ARMY 4342 Leadership and Management II: 3 semester hours.

Pre-service overview of Army organization and general concept of operations. Includes a study of administration and logistics for junior officers, including many sub-courses in military justice, Army readiness, ethics and professionalism, and a review of the principles of war.

ARMY 4399 Independent Study: 1-3 semester hour.

Considers the role of the junior officer in the U.S. Army. Individual motivational and behavioral processes, leadership, communications, financial planning, counseling, command and staff functions are emphasized. Or it will include an overview of Army organization and general concept of operations. Includes a study of administration and logistics for junior officers, including many sub-courses in military justice, Army readiness, ethics and professionalism, and a review of the principles of war.
Prerequisites: ARMY 3331 or ARMY 3313 and (ARMY 3332 or ARMY 3323).