Army ROTC: Reserve Officer Training Corps

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Army ROTC is a series of elective courses you can take alongside your major course of study. Students enrolled in the program will meet once a week for Military Science class, three times a week for Physical Training and once every other week for a Leadership Lab.

This the only college course that is specifically designed to teach and develop:

  • Leadership
  • Managerial Skills
  • Self Discipline
  • Confidence
  • And place you on the fast track to success in any career you choose.

ROTC Leadership

ROTC is designed to develop and enhance the leadership skills of university students. While in ROTC, Cadets lead the life of a normal college student but have the added bonus of training in communication, time management and personnel organization. Upon graduation, you may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant, an officer in the United States Army.

ROTC is typically a four-year progression system, but the Army realizes that students have differing circumstances and has devised many other lateral entry programs as a result. You could feasibly be a Commissioned Officer in as few as two years (four semesters) after entry into the program.  To learn more, check out the Cadet Command or contact the instructors for more information.

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