Lieutenants in the Army lead people while managing equipment vehicle fleets and

Lieutenants in the army lead people while managing

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Lieutenants in the Army lead people, while managing equipment, vehicle fleets, and financial resources. New lieu- tenants are routinely put in charge of and lead groups of up to fifty people immediately after graduation from college. Officer career specialties in the Army are as diverse as those found in the civilian sector. Some of the sixteen spe- cialties students can request as an Army officer include: Engineering, Personnel Management, Nursing, Signal Corps, Finance, Transportation, Medical Service Corps, Military Police, and Aviation. Except for the health profes- sions, an officer’s specialty in the Army does not have to be related to his or her academic degree in college. New lieutenants who go into the Regular Army serve on active duty for three or four years, and may then transfer into the reserves. Lieutenants commissioned in the National Guard or Army Reserve serve their entire tour in the Reserves. MINOR IN MILITARY SCIENCE Admission into the Military Science Minor program is by permission of the Department Chairperson follow- ing a special interview concerning eligibility and entry requirements. Interested students should make arrangement for an interview as early as possible but not later than the second semester of their sophomore year. 34 hours required. Prerequisites (4 hours): MSC 111 and 112; or satisfacto- ry completion of Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Leadership Training Course (may be taken for credit as MSC 203); or proficiency as approved by the Military Science Department Chairperson. Required courses (11 hours): MSC 220, 221, 240, 241. History (3 hours): HIS 278 or 279. Written Communications (3 hours): ENG 145, 247 or 249. Human Behavior (3 hours): PSY 111, 112, 131; SOC 106 or 131. Computer Literacy (3 hours): ITK 140, 150, or 155. Math Reasoning (3 hours): MAT 105, 120, or 121. Physical Education (4 hours): KNR 146. Military Science Courses 101 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP: INDIVIDUAL EFFECTIVENESS 1 F Introduction to leadership from perspective of the member of an effective organization. Self-enhancement skills such as time management techniques, problem solving and deci- sion-making processes, and health enrichment actions. Military Science
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151 C A S T Military Science; Technology 102 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP: TEAMWORK 1 S Basic leadership fundamentals, principles, and experiences. Relevant for all organizational leaders. Purpose is to exam- ine how the individual organizational member and the team are affected by leaders and leadership decisions. 111 APPLIED LEADERSHIP II 2 S Examines leadership within military organizations and struc- ture. Introduces map reading fundamentals and application of land navigation principles using the lensatic compass and terrain association. Provides opportunities to exercise leader- ship skills to meet established goals and objectives within specific time constraints.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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