AF 101 The Foundation of the U.S. Air Force I (1 hour). Survey course providing an introduction to the U.S. Air Force and ROTC. Officership and military customs and courtesies are discussed. Foundations of Air Force communications are covered. Return to top
AF 102 The Foundation of the U.S. Air Force II (1 hour). Survey course looking at the origin and organization of the Air Force. Selected topics contributing to an understanding of the Air Force are covered. Return to top
AF 103, 104, 203, 204, 303, 304, 403, 404 Leadership Laboratory (1 hour each). An instruction program that prepares an individual to undertake the broad range of technical tasks associated with military leadership and defense management. Return to top
AF 201 Evolution of U.S. Air Force Air and Space Power I (1 hour). Survey course to examine air and space power from a historical perspective. Course covers early flight and World War I to the Korean War and ICBMs. Return to top
AF 202 Evolution of U.S. Air Force Air and Space Power II (1 hour). Survey course to examine air and space power from a historical perspective. Course covers period from the Vietnam War to the Global War on Terror and the Air Force today. Return to top
AF 301 Leadership Studies I (3 hours). Study basic leadership skills, including problem solving, team building, motivation, group conflict management, and situational leadership, as well as communication skills. Return to top
AF 302 Leadership Studies II (3 hours). Study advanced skills in leadership, including effective supervision, counseling, authority, responsibility, accountability, and ethical and moral leadership in the military. Return to top
AF 402 Defense Studies/Preparation for Active Duty II (3 hours). Topics focus on preparation for military service after commissioning and current issues affecting the Air Force way of life. Return to top
Classes to Register for Each Term
Freshmen and sophomores take 2 hours of ROTC courses each semester.
Juniors and seniors take 4 hours of ROTC courses each semester.