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I25 MILS 401CAdaptive Leadership3.0 Units
Description:The MILS 401C course transitions the focus of student learning from being trained, mentored and evaluated as a military science 3 cadet to learning how to train, mentor and evaluate underclass cadets. This course focuses on practical application using the service learning model to gain knowledge of adaptive leadership. Students are assigned key battalion leadership roles and are responsible for the daily operation, assessment, and development of the cadet battalion. Throughout the semester, students will learn the duties and responsibilities of an Army staff officer, apply the principles of training and management, utilize the military decision making process, design and employ a comprehensive fitness program, mentor underclass cadets, and use effective verbal and written communication. Students will study ethics, the law of war, risk management, counseling, and the Army officer's role in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Cadets will also learn about the special trust reposed to Army Officers by the US Constitution--a special confidence given to no other civilian profession. Prerequisite for this course is the successful completion of the ROTC Advanced Camp or permission of the Professor of Military Science. Engineering students may petition Engineering Student Services (Lopata Hall 303) to have 3 units display on their transcripts; however, the units will not count towards their degree program.
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:C Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:None / History


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Q=ME Q (Medical School)

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