MILS 1010--INTRODUCTION TO THE ARMY I (2 credit hours)
The study of the organization, constitutional basis, and interrelationships of the U.S. Army, Army Reserves, and National Guard. An introduction of U.S. military weapon systems, task force organization, and the conduct of military operations. Familiarization of basic military skills such as first aid, drill and ceremonies, and radio communications.
MILS 1020--INTRODUCTION TO THE ARMY II (2 credit hours)
A further study of basic military skills with special emphasis on basic rifle marksmanship and small unit tactics. Introduction to threat nation weapons systems, equipment, and organizations. Analysis of recent or ongoing military operations worldwide.
MILS 2010--ADVANCED MILITARY SKILLS I (2 credit hours)
Advanced first aid skills and an introduction to the art of basic map reading and land navigation including the study of topographic maps, terrain evaluation, and the use of a lensatic compass. Students will also receive preliminary instruction on orienteering and associated skills.
MILS 2020--ADVANCED MILITARY SKILLS II (2 credit hours)
A study of small unit tactics, operations and troop leading procedures to include the combined arms teams to the platoon with primary emphasis on the rifle squad; with a study of military leadership and leadership assessment with an emphasis on the role of officers and non-commissioned officers in the US Army.
MILS 3010--APPLIED LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT I (3 credit hours)
Analysis of psychological, physiological and sociological factors, which affect human behavior. Analysis of leadership and management processes. Techniques in planning, presenting, and evaluating performance instruction, to include practical application.
MILS 3020--APPLIED LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT II (3 credit hours)
A study of tactics applied at the squad and platoon level to include a study of the modern battlefield and current military tactical doctrine. Analysis and practical application in planning, directing, coordinating the efforts of individuals and small units in the execution of offensive and defensive tactical missions.
MILS 4010--SEMINAR IN LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT I (3 credit hours)
Analysis of selected leadership and management problems. Responsibilities of the commander and staff in areas of personnel, intelligence, operations, logistics and administration of military law. Also a study of the inter-relationships of the military team.
MILS 4020--SEMINAR IN LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT II (3 credit hours)
Practical applications of duties and responsibilities of U.S. Army second lieutenants, with an emphasis on ethics and personnel actions. Analysis of military principles and doctrine by studying an actual battle and conducting a battle staff ride.