Classes in ARSC
|ARSC059||Air Force Officer Lab (1 credits)|
Restriction: Must be an AFROTC cadet. Repeatable to 10 credits if content differs. Formerly: ARSC159. Additional information: This course does not carry any credit toward any degree at the University.
Offers Air Force ROTC cadet officer's practical experience in military leadership, management, organization, and customs. May include visits to military installations, weekend laboratories, and flight orientation.
|ARSC101||The USAF Today II (1 credits)|
|Continuation of ARSC100 for freshmen AFROTC cadets. The mission, organization and systems of the U.S. Air Force offensive, defensive, and aerospace support forces and the use of these forces to support contemporary societal demands. Open to all university students. AFROTC cadets must also register for ARSC059. An elective course (required for cadets in the 4 year AFROTC program) open to all university students. All military cadets must also enroll in the ARSC 159 lab concurrently with ARSC 101.|
|ARSC201||The Development of Air Power II (1 credits)|
|Continuation of ARSC 200 for sophomore AFROTC cadets. The study of historical events, leaders, and technical developments which surrounded the growth of air power; the basics of leadership; environment of an Air Force officer; and concepts of ethical behavior. Open to all university students. AFROTC cadets must also register for ARSC059. An elective course (but required for cadets in the four year AFROTC program) open to all university students. Highly recommended for cadets seeking admission to the summer Field Training program and the final two years of the AFROTC program. Military cadets must also enroll in the ARSC 159 lab concurrently.|
|ARSC301||(PermReq)Management and Leadership II (3 credits)|
|Corequisite: ARSC059 or permission of department. Junior standing. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ARSC301 or ARSC311. Formerly ARSC 311. Continuation of ARSC300. Study of leadership and management skills and leadership ethics as well as written and oral communication skills required of Air Force officers.|
|ARSC401||(PermReq)National Security Forces in Contemporary American Society II (3 credits)|
|Prerequisite: ARSC300 or ARSC301; or permission of department. Corequisite: ARSC059 or permission of department. Senior standing. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ARSC321 or ARSC401. Formerly ARSC 321. This course examines various subjects including: military law/justice, preparation for active duty, and current issues affecting military professionalism.|