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(F) Introduction to intermediate leadership and management, emphasizing individual leader techniques and basic soldier skills such as first aid, map reading, and drill and ceremony. Prerequisites: MLSC 101 and 102.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102
Hours
2

(S) Develops intermediate leadership abilities by introduction to small unit and squad operations and tactics. Individual military skill areas include training in advanced map reading, communication equipment and tasks, enhanced drill and ceremonies, and individual weapon fundamentals. This course is designed to prepare the motivated and dedicated student for the challenges of the ROTC Advanced Course. Prerequisite: MLSC 201.

Prerequisites: MLSC201
Hours
2

(Summer only) Introduces Military Science in a comprehensive summer field course designed to be taken in lieu of MLSC 101, 102, 201, 203. This course emphasizes practical field application and leadership development. The camp is held at Fort Knox. No military obligation.

Hours
3

(F) Introduction of advanced leadership and management, emphasizing the branches of the Army, communications systems, and equipment. Defines principles of leadership and develops leadership through practical application as a leader in field training and physical conditioning. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

S) Develops leadership and management ability and military skills in military communications, weapons, and tactics. Develops leadership and command presence through student presentations and practical application as a leader in field training and physical conditioning. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

(S) Examines U.S. military history from pre-Revolutionary times to post-Vietnam; defines the principles of war; discusses political-military interactions; develops leadership through group contribution in case studies which apply the principles of war to historical periods. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

(Sum only) Refines student leadership and teamwork building skills through intensive practical application, rotating leader/command experience involving problem analysis, decision-making, and troop leading both garrison and field environments. Held at Fort Lewis, Washington. Prerequisite: MLSC 301, 302.

Prerequisites: MLSC301 and MLSC302
Hours
6

(Sum only) Students assigned to leadership positions with active Army units for 3-4 weeks. Students are paid and receive a written evaluation for their leadership performance and potential and must complete an action report upon return. May only be taken once. Prerequisite: MLSC 301, 302, Enrolled in 310.

Prerequisites: MLSC301 and MLSC302 Corequisites: MLSC310
Hours
3

(F) Study of the military justice system, battalion staff organization, administrative/logistical management, army training management, and financial readiness. Hands-on application of army writing style, military briefing techniques, time management, and the problem solving process. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202 and MLSC210
Hours
3

(S) Study of officer customs/traditions, law of war, suicide prevention, environmental laws, defense against terrorism, operations security, soldier counseling, and army family team building. Examines creating an ethical climate, resolving ethical dilemmas, and motivating subordinates. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

(Sum only) Develops leadership through an intensive summer field course of rotating leader/command experience in problem analysis, decision-making and group leading while providing in-depth coverage of technical and tactical subjects. Prerequisite: completion of all basic courses 100-200 level.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

(Sum only) Students are assigned leadership positions with active army units for 3-4 weeks, receive written evaluation of their leadership performance and potential, and must complete an after-action report upon returning. May only be taken once for credit. Prerequisites: Advanced course status, completion of MLSC 301, 302, and completion of MLSC 410 prior to accepting position.

Prerequisites: MLSC101 and MLSC102 and MLSC201 and MLSC202, or MLSC210
Hours
3

(Sum) Equivalent study of the materials covered in the course being re-placed. May be taken twice in lieu of MLSC 301, 302, 401, or 402. Prerequisite: Instructor approval.

Hours
3

(F, S) Freshman minor level applied music study.

Hours
1

(F,S) Freshman level secondary applied music study.

Hours
1

(F, S) An historical approach to music appreciation focusing on period and style. Extensive listening to music literature.

Hours
3

(F, S) Open by audition. A performance group which provides support and entertainment at home football games and selected home men's and women's basketball games. One rehearsal per week; may be repeated for credit.

Hours
1

(F, S) A concert choir performing a varied repertory. May be repeated for credit.

Hours
1

(on demand) Open by audition only. Size and make-up will vary with the needs and interests of the students enrolled. One rehearsal per week. May be repeated for credit.

Hours
1

(on demand) Open by audition only. Size and make-up will vary with the needs and interests of the students enrolled. One rehearsal per week. May be repeated for credit.

Hours
0

(F, S) A select vocal ensemble composed of a small number of singers whose repertory consists of vocal chamber music. Open by audition. May be repeated for credit.

Hours
1

(F) A combined course including the areas of theory and basic musicianship skills.

Hours
3

(F, S) Sophomore minor level applied music study.

Hours
1

(F,S) Sophomore level secondary applied music study.

Hours
1

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