Military Science ROTC (MLSC)

MLSC 1001. Leadership Laboratory 1. (0 Credits)

This course provides practical exercises of Basic Course concepts to develop discipline and teamwork. The course provides opportunities to apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct, and practice military skills like communications, physical fitness, and drill and ceremonies.

MLSC 1002. Leadership Laboratory I. (0 Credits)

Provides practical expeience with in the setting of a military organization to develop discipline and team work. The course provides opportunities to apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct and practice millitary skills such as drill and ceromonies, markmanship, commmuncations and physical fitness.

MLSC 1101. Introduction to Leadership and the US Army 1. (0 Credits)

This course introduces basic concepts of organizational leadership and the military profession, including its organization, ethics, and values. Students explore the responsibilities and impact of leadership, as well as the customs, traditions, and rules of military service. Students are introduced to fundamentals of land navigation, physical fitness, drill and ceremonies, first aid, and public speaking. Open to all students without obligation.

MLSC 1201. Basic Leadership and Management 2. (0 Credits)

This course explores leadership principles, decision-making, and team building. Students learned advanced techniques in land navigation, terrain association, and first aid. Students are introduced to tactical systems and the field environment. Students also begin their program in professional military reading. Open to all students without obligation.

MLSC 2001. Leadership Laboratory 2. (0 Credits)

This course provides practical exercises of Basic Course concepts to develop discipline and teamwork. The course provides opportunities to apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct, and practice military skills like communications, physical fitness, and drill and ceremonies.

MLSC 2002. Leadership Laboratory II. (0 Credits)

Provides practical experience within the setting of a military organization to develop discipline and team work. The course provides oppurtunities yto apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct and practice millitary skills such as drill and ceremonies, marskmanship, communications and physical fitness.

MLSC 2101. Basic Leadership Development Phase 1. (3 Credits)

This course continues the basic leader development process, focusing on the application of leadership fundamentals and team-building skills. Students gain an understanding of small team dynamics and the roles and responsibilities of small unit leaders. The course further reinforces the ideals of service, ethics, and values, and develops students' confidence in their own skills, knowledge, and behaviors. Open to all students without obligation.

MLSC 2201. Basic Leadership Development Phase 2. (3 Credits)

This course continues the application of leadership and team-building principles. Proficiency in individual skills and leadership abilities is assessed during situational training to evaluate students in leadership roles. Students explore advanced techniques in problem analysis, sound decision making, planning and organizing, delegation, control, and interpersonal skills. Open to all students without obligation.

MLSC 3001. Leadership Laboratory 3. (0 Credits)

This course provides practical experience within the setting of a military organization to develop discipline and teamwork. The course provides opportunities to apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct, and practice military skills like drill and ceremonies, communications, and physical fitness. Students in the Basic Course are organized into squads and platoons under the supervision of Advanced Course cadets. Senior cadets lead operations and planning, functioning as officers within the cadet battalion. Cadets who will attend ROTC Advanced Camp are provided with an intensive program of military and leadership skills enhancement and assessment under cadre direction.

MLSC 3002. Leadership Laboratory III. (0 Credits)

Provides practical experience within the setting of a military organazation to develop discipline and team work. The course provides oppurtunities to aplly learn leadership principles and to plan, instuct and practice military skills such as drill and ceremonies,marksmanship, communications and physical fitness.

MLSC 3101. Advanced Leadership and Management Phase 1. (0 Credits)

This course expands and refines the leader development process. This is an intensive program to prepare cadets for the leadership knowledge, skills, and behaviors required of Army officers and assessed at the ROTC Advanced Camp. Coursework emphasizes written and oral communication skills, motivational behavior, interpersonal skills, administrative procedures, decision-making, and military field skills. Must be taken in conjunction with MLSC 3001.

MLSC 3201. Advanced Leadership and Management Phase 2. (3 Credits)

This course expands on the skills introduced in MLSC 3101 and incorporates increasingly challenging situations involving military leadership talents. Advanced training in physical fitness and military fieldcraft is emphasized. The course culminates with a field training exercise, where students are placed in simulated operations and evaluated on performance. This course is designed to bring cadets to peak proficiency in physical conditioning and leadership ability. Must be taken in conjunction with MLSC 3001.

MLSC 4001. Leadership Laboratory 4. (0 Credits)

The course provides practical experience within the setting of a military organization to develop discipline and teamwork. It provides opportunities to apply learned leadership principles and to plan, instruct, and practice military skills like drill and ceremonies, communications, and physical fitness. Students in the Basic Course are organized into squads and platoons under the supervision of Advanced Course cadets. Senior cadets lead operations and planning, functioning as officers within the cadet battalion. Cadets who will attend ROTC Advanced Camp are provided with an intensive program of military and leadership skills enhancement and assessment under cadre direction.

MLSC 4002. Leadership Laboratory IV. (0 Credits)

Provides practical experience within the setting of a military organization to develop discipline and team work. The course provides oppurtunities to apply learn leadership principles and to plan, instruct and practice military skills such as drills and ceremonies, marksmanship, communications and physical fitness.

MLSC 4101. Command and Staff Training and Management Phase 1. (0 Credits)

This course refines military knowledge, skills, and behaviors to the pre-commissioning level. Senior students assume leadership roles as cadet commanders, staff officers, or staff assistants responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of all cadet training and operations. Coursework focuses on Army ethical, legal, administrative, and logistic systems and training methodologies. It reinforces individual competencies and maximizes opportunities for practical application of leadership skills. Must be taken in conjunction with MLSC 4001.

MLSC 4201. Command and Staff Training and Management Phase 2. (4 Credits)

This course culminates the leader development process at the pre-commissioning level. Designed to prepare cadets for transition from cadet to second lieutenant, instruction seeks to expand the frame of reference. Cadets examine ethical and legal issues related to officership, and continue to improve their leader and decision-making skills. Practical exercises and field training events supplement classroom instruction. Must be taken in conjunction with MLSC 4001. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

MLSC 4999. Tutorial. (3 Credits)