Military Science (MS)
- General Education Course
Increase self-confidence through team study and activities in physical fitness, land navigation, first aid, and basic drill. Learn fundamental concepts of leadership in both classroom and outdoor laboratory environments. (CR: MS 101l)
Learn and practice basic soldier skills and field craft. Build self-confidence and team building ledership skills through activities in drill, rappelling and basic marksman- ship that can be applied throughout life.
Learn/apply principles of effective leading. Develop communication skills to improve individual performance and group interaction. Relate organizational ethical values to effectiveness of a leader.
Learn and practice basic soldier skills and field craft. Build self-confidence and team-building leadership skills through activities in drill, rappelling and basic marksman- ship that can be applied throughout life.
Learn ethics-based leadership skills that develop indivi- dual abilities and contribute to team builidng. Develop skills in communications, event planning, group coordina- tion, advanced first aid navigation and basic tactics.
Introduction to individual and team military tatics in squad operations. Includes radio communications, safety assessments, movement techniques, planning for safety/ security, training management, and methods of pre- operational checks.
Practice and refine the basic soldier skills and field craft learned in MS101L/102L, Build self confidence and team- building skills through leadership opportunities supervising MS101L/102L cadets, learned in MS101L/102L. Build self-confidence and team - building skills through leadership opportunities supervising MS101L/MS102L cadets.
An overview of aspects, opportunities, and career progres- sion for BSN Army nurses.field trips to local civilian, VA, and military medical facilities are included.
Provides an overview ofU.S. Army Ranger history, organi- zation, and mission. small unit tactics, leadership, pa- trolling techniques, marksmanship, rappelling, and land navigation.
A physical training program consisting of Army conditioning drills, guerrilla exercises, and grass drills.
Pre-req: MS 301.
Review the evolution of warfare, military theory and the military profession, with particular emphasis on the place of military institutions in society, as to develop a sense of historical awareness.
Students develop, practice and refine leadership skills by serving and being evaluated in a variety of leadership positions. Students are responsible for the planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of training.
Students develop practice and refine leadership skills by serving and being evaluated in a variety of leadership positions. Students are responsible for the planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of training.
A five-week camp at an active arem post; it is highly structured and demanding, stressing leadership at small unit levels under varing, challenging conditions. Individual leadership eveluated throughout camp. (PR: MS 302)