Military Science - Air Force (MIL AIR)
MIL AIR 1100 Leadership Laboratory (LAB 0.50 and LEC 0.50)
The course involves a study of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, career opportunities in the Air Force and the life and work of an Air Force junior officer. Students develop their leadership potential in a practical supervised training laboratory, which typically includes field trips to Air Force installations throughout the United States.
MIL AIR 1110 Foundations Of The U.S. Air Force I (LAB 0.50 and LEC 0.50)
This survey course is designed to introduce students to the Air Force and ROTC. Topics include: military customs and courtesies, uniform wear, officership qualities, professionalism, Air Force core values, equal opportunity and treatment, officer benefits and opportunities and an introduction to communication skills. Leadership Lab is mandatory for cadets planning on a career in the Air Force.
MIL AIR 1120 Foundations Of The U.S. Air Force II (LEC 0.50 and LAB 0.50)
This survey course is a continuation of Mil Air 1110. Covered topics include: origin of the Air Force, mission and organization of the Air Force, organization of a standard Air Force base, and further communication skills development. Leadership Lab is also mandatory for cadets.
MIL AIR 2110 The Evolution Of USAF Air And Space Power I (LAB 0.50 and LEC 0.50)
This course is designed to examine the general aspects of air and space power through a historical perspective..covering a time period from the first balloons to the beginning of the space age. It provides students with a knowledge level understanding of the general elements and employment of air and space power from an institutional doctrinal and historical perspective. Examples of the importance of AF core values in historical events and in past AF leaders are pointed out. Continued development of communication skills is also emphasized. Leadership Lab is mandatory for cadets planning on a career in the Air Force.
MIL AIR 2120 The Evolution Of USAF Air And Space Power II (LEC 0.50 and LAB 0.50)
This course is a continuation of Mil Air 2110. It covers a time period in Air Force history from the beginning of the space age in the early 1960's to the present...with a continued emphasis on recognizing how past leaders and events have shaped our current Air Force organization and doctrine. Communication skills exercises are continued. Leadership Lab is also mandatory for cadets.
MIL AIR 3110 Air Force Leadership Studies I (LEC 2.5 and LAB 0.50)
This course introduces students to the leadership and management skills required of an Air Force junior officer. Special topics include leadership ethics, the Air Force personnel and evaluation systems, and management fundamentals. Through the use of classroom tools that include case studies, Air Force leadership and management situations are examined and practical applications of studies concepts are exercised. The principles and theories of ethical behavior as well as the complete understanding of the individual responsibility and authority of an Air Force officer are stressed. This course includes a Leadership Lab that provides the students the opportunity to apply leadership and management principles.
MIL AIR 3120 Air Force Leadership Studies II (LEC 2.5 and LAB 0.50)
This course is a continuation of Mil Air 3110. Emphasis is placed on professional knowledge, communication skills, and ethical behavior. Varied Air Force-peculiar formats and situations are offered to apply learned listening, writing, and speaking skills. This course includes a Leadership Lab that provides the students the opportunity to apply leadership and management principles.
MIL AIR 4110 National Security Affairs/Preparation For Active Duty I (LAB 0.50 and LEC 2.5)
This course examines national security policies, processes, and issues along with Air Force strategy and doctrine. Special topics include Air Force roles and missions, the roles of various federal government departments, military organizations and functions, and the concept of joint operations. Within this structure, continued emphasis is given to refining communication skills. This course includes a Leadership Laboratory that provides advanced leadership experiences, giving students the opportunity to apply the leadership and management principles of this course.
MIL AIR 4120 National Security Affairs/Preparation For Active Duty II (LAB 0.50 and LEC 2.5)
Continuation of Mil Air 4110. This final course of the Air Force ROTC curriculum examines officership, advanced leadership ethics, military law, current Air Force issues, regional studies, core values, and preparation for active duty. This course includes a Leadership Laboratory that provides leadership experiences, giving students the opportunity to apply the leadership and management principles of this course.