112 APPLIED LEADERSHIP 2 F Formerly AMERICAN LEADERSHIP TRADITION AND CHANGE

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112 APPLIED LEADERSHIP 2 F Formerly AMERICAN LEADERSHIP TRADITION AND CHANGE. Provides more in-depth and critical assessment of leadership within American society. Students are challenged to learn and apply leadership principles. Group research projects designed to research, examine, and analyze leaders and leadership within community context. 200 LEADERSHIP LABORATORY 0 F,S Conc reg in AROTC Basic or Advanced Courses req. Provides development by practical application of the stu- dent’s leadership skills through progressive training, plan- ning, execution, and assessment. 203 ROTC LEADERSHIP TRAINING COURSE 6 Summer Cons inst req. CR/NC only. Provides instruction and practical application on basic mili- tary concepts of map reading, tactics, small group opera- tions, weapons, and adventure training. Training is presented off campus at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Provides constructive credit for first two years of ROTC. 220 ADVANCED LEADERSHIP AND TACTICS I 3 F Cons inst req. Provides general knowledge and understanding of advanced leadership principles, small unit offensive operations, land navigation, and the operating systems. 221 ADVANCED LEADERSHIP AND TACTICS II 3 S Reg in AROTC and MSC 220 or cons inst req. Provides knowledge and understanding of advanced combat leadership techniques, small unit defensive operations, patrolling, and land navigation. 240 ADVANCED APPLIED LEADERSHIP I 3 F Reg in AROTC Advanced Course or cons inst req. Fundamental concepts of military justice; principles of court-martial and non-judicial punishment; staff princi- ples and procedures in the Army organizational structure. Part I of a two-semester capstone experience prior to commissioning. 241 ADVANCED APPLIED LEADERSHIP II 2 S Reg in AROTC Advanced Course or cons inst req. Introduction to professionalism and military professional responsibility. Provides students with a capstone experience in leadership studies before their transition to officership. 242 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT 6 Summer Reg in a ROTC Advanced Course req. Formerly ROTC NATIONAL ADVANCED LEADERSHIP CAMP. CR/NC only. Instruction and practical application in field training, demon- stration of leadership capabilities, and leadership opportuni- ties of problem analysis, decision making, and troop-leading. Training is presented off campus near Seattle, Washington. TECHNOLOGY (TEC) 510 210 Turner Hall, (309) 438-3661 Web address: Chairperson: Rodney L. Custer. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Professors: Boser, Brauchle, Custer, Gokhale, Meier, Stier. Associate Professors: Dan Brown, Ryan Brown, Wilson. Assistant Professors : Comerford, Devine, El-Gafy, Mer- rill, Park, Reifschneider, Schmidt. General Department Information The Department of Technology is accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT).
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
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