MSC 101 (1)

Basic Military Science I

Studies the defense establishment and organization of the U.S. Army. Introduces military discipline, traditions, and historical perspectives. Studies the roles of the different branches of the U.S. Army in our nation’s defense. Includes training in marksmanship, field craft, rappelling, and first aid. One lecture.

 

MSC 102 (1)

Basic Leadership

This course is an introduction to problem solving, decision-making, leadership and helps students become more effective leaders and managers, whether they serve in the military or become leaders in civilian life. Topics addressed include problem solving and methods, critical thinking, leadership theory, followership, group cohesion, goal setting, and feedback mechanisms.  Prerequisites: Completion of MSC 101 or department consent. One lecture.

 

MSC 130 (1)

Leadership Lab I

Studies military leadership through practical application and challenging outdoor activities. Includes training in troop-leading organizational procedures, how to prepare operation orders, how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how to prepare and give classes in an outdoor environment. This is in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Co-requisites: Concurrent enrollment in MSC 101 and *MSC 150 or department consent. This course is offered in fall semester only. One lab.

 

MSC 131 (1)

Leadership Lab I

Studies military leadership through practical application and challenging outdoor activities. Includes training in troop leading organizational procedures, how to prepare operation orders, how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how to prepare and give classes in an outdoor environment. This is in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisites: Completion of MSC 130 or department consent. Co-requisites: Concurrent enrollment in* MSC 102 and *MSC 151 or department consent.  This course is offered in spring semester only. One lab.

 

MSC 150 (1)

Army Physical Fitness I

Improves the physical fitness of students and develops a physical fitness program tailored to the student’s needs and abilities. The focus of the course is to develop personal knowledge of the components of a good fitness program, improve individual fitness levels through scheduled training, and gain an understanding of the U.S. Army physical fitness training (PT) and testing doctrine. The course is designed to train students to meet Army physical fitness standards. Includes training in troop leading procedures in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. This course is offered in fall semester only. One lecture.

 

MSC 151 (1)

Army Physical Fitness I

Improves the physical fitness of students and develops a physical fitness program tailored to the student’s needs and abilities. The focus of the course is to develop personal knowledge of the components of a good fitness program, improve individual fitness levels through scheduled training, and gain an understanding of the U.S. Army physical fitness training (PT) and testing doctrine. The course is designed to train students to meet Army physical fitness standards. Includes training in troop leading procedures in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisite: Completion of *MSC 150 or department consent. This course is offered in spring semester only. One lecture.

 

MSC 201 (2)

Advanced Leadership

Theoretical and practical leadership instruction, in which students will examine several aspects of communication and leadership concepts such as written and oral communications, effective listening, assertiveness, personality, adult development, motivation, and organizational culture and change. Students will be well grounded in fundamental leadership principles and will be better prepared to apply such principles to a wide variety of life experiences. Prerequisites: MSC 101 and *MSC 102 or department consent. Two lecture.

 

MSC 202 (2)

Officership

Provides an extensive examination of the unique purpose, roles, and obligations of commissioned officers. It includes a detailed look at the origins of U.S. Army values and their practical application in decision-making and leadership. Includes military tactics, values and ethics, leadership, oral and written communications, and the Army’s successes and failures from the Vietnam War to present. Prerequisite: Completion of MSC 101,* MSC 102 and *MSC 201 or department consent. Two lecture.

 

MSC 203 (1)

Land Navigation & Orienteering

Studies land navigation and orienteering techniques as well as first aid. Acquaints students with basic soldier skills. Includes training in how to use a map and compass, land navigation, direction finding, and first aid. One lecture.

 

MSC 204 (1)

Land Navigation & Wilderness Survival

Studies the skills necessary to successfully navigate in diverse terrain with map and compass and to survive in the outdoors under various conditions with limited resource, taught through a combination of classroom instruction and practical exercises. Includes map reading and land navigation and wilderness survival and primitive living techniques. This course is offered in the spring semester only. One lecture.

 

MSC 230 (1)

Leadership Lab II

Studies military leadership through practical application and challenging outdoor activities. Includes training in troop leading organizational procedures, how to prepare operation orders, how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how to prepare and give classes in an outdoor environment. This is in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisite: Completion of *MSC 130 and *MSC 131 or department consent. Co-requisites: Concurrent enrollment in *MSC 201 and* MSC 250 or department consent. This course is offered in fall semester only. One lab hour.

 

MSC 231 (1)

Leadership Lab II

Studies military leadership through practical application and challenging outdoor activities. Includes training in troop leading organizational procedures, how to prepare operation orders, how to perform basic tactical exercises, and how to prepare and give classes in an outdoor environment. This is in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisites: Completion of *MSC 130, *MSC 131 and *MSC 230 or department consent. Co-requisites: Concurrent enrollment in *MSC 202 and *MSC 251 or department consent. This course is offered in spring semester only. One lab hour.

 

MSC 250 (1)

Army Physical Fitness II

Improves the physical fitness of students and develops a physical fitness program tailored to the student’s needs and abilities. The focus of the course is to develop personal knowledge of the components of a good fitness program, improve individual fitness levels through scheduled training, and gain an understanding of the U.S. Army physical fitness training (PT) and testing doctrine. The course is designed to train students to meet Army physical fitness standards. Includes training in troop leading procedures in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisites: Completion of *MSC 150 and *MSC 151 or department consent. This course is offered in fall semester only. One lecture.

 

MSC 251 (1)

Army Physical Fitness II

Improves the physical fitness of students and develops a physical fitness program tailored to the student’s needs and abilities. The focus of the course is to develop personal knowledge of the components of a good fitness program, improve individual fitness levels through scheduled training, and gain an understanding of the U.S. Army physical fitness training (PT) and testing doctrine. The course is designed to train students to meet Army physical fitness standards. Includes training in troop leading procedures in preparation for the Advanced Army ROTC Program and commissioning as an officer in the United States Army, Arizona National Guard, or United States Army Reserves. Prerequisites: Completion of *MSC 150, *MSC 151 and *MSC 250 or department consent. This course is offered in spring semester only. One lecture. 

 

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