Military Science and Leadership
Mark A. Axtell, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army, Chair
The objective of the Military Science and Leadership Program--Army Reserve Officer Training Program (ROTC)--is to provide the leadership and management foundation required for military service as a commissioned officer. In support of this objective, the program includes in and out of classroom instruction, and activities geared to the development of leadership skills.
100 Level and 200 Level Military Science and Leadership classes may be taken by all University students. Class enrollment in the lower-level military leadership classes carries no U.S. Army commitment and there is no obligation to enroll for successive course offerings. Commissioning credit may be awarded for prior military service and attendance at Basic Camp. International students desiring to attend military science and leadership classes must have written approval from their respective embassies and the Professor of Military Science prior to taking classes.