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MLSC 105 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP I [+]
Study concepts of leadership and management skills at basic organizational levels. Topics include leadership principles, basic management strategies, physical fitness and time management. Designed to give an accurate insight into the Army profession and the officer's role within the Army. Material covered combines both civilian and military principles and concepts. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Army ROTC program. 1 hour per week.
MLSC 106 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP II [+]
Examines concepts of leadership and management. Introduces issues and competancies that are central to the responsibilities of a commissioned officer. Addresses life skills including physical fitness and time management. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. One hour per week.
MLSC 205 BASIC LEADERSHIP I [+]
Foundations of basic leadership designed to provide students with the skills, knowledge and attributes necessary to become great leaders within their community and nation. Examines the definition and tenets of leadership; examines the importance of ethical decision making in setting a positive climate to enhance core values and team performance; and applies lessons from leadership case studies to explore effective utilization of communication, problem-solving and decision-making skills. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. 1 hour per week.
MLSC 206 BASIC LEADERSHIP II [+]
Examines communication, problem-solving, decision-making, writing and briefing skills. Develops team building cohesiveness to gain a basic foundation of tactical leadership based on the Army core values. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. One hour per week.
MLSC 305 TACTICAL LEADERSHIP I [+]
Learn adaptive leadership skills and use self-awareness and critical thinking skills to address challenging scenarios related to small unit tactical operations. Gain practice in providing effective constructive criticism as a team leader as well as developing interpersonal skills for working as an effective team player. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. Two hours per week.
MLSC 306 TACTICAL LEADERSHIP II [+]
Explores adaptive leadership skill. Develops self-awareness and critical thinking skills through study of challenging scenarios related to small unit tactical operations. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. Two hours per week.
MLSC 380 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT [+]
A 29-day intensive training period in which students are tested in their leadership, military tactics, techniques and procedures, as well as critical thinking abilities. A required course of the U.S. Army ROTC and is conducted during the summer. Prerequisites: Enrolled in the Army ROTC program; successful completion of MLSC 305, 306. Twenty-nine days during the summer.
MLSC 405 ADVANCED LEADERSHIP I [+]
Practice leadership skills as they lead the Cadet battalion. Responsibilities include conducting staff and training meetings, preparing written and oral operations orders, and supervising the execution of leadership plans. Work to enhance administrative skills, improve communication skills as it relates to their leadership abilities and apply decision-making skills to assess situations for the purpose of making effective decisions. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. Two hours per week.
MLSC 406 ADVANCED LEADERSHIP II [+]
Examines the inportance of values and ethics, personal development, and leadership skills. Practical leadership skills practiced as a leader within the Fightin' Blue Hen Battalion. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Army ROTC program. Two hours per week.