MSL 101 - 102

As an incoming Cadet,  you will be emerged into the Army lifestyle and the values that come with it. We conduct physical training three days a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 0600-0700. Besides physical training, we hold labs on Monday afternoon where you will begin to learn basic soldier tasks, individual movement techniques, basic officership, land navigation, and military customs and courtesies. You will also have two 50-minute classes, one on Tuesday and the other on Thursday. During this year, the requirements of ROTC are minimal for students. Our contracted Cadets will also take MSL 111, American Military History, at some point during their time in ROTC.

MSL 201 - 202

As a Sophomore Cadet you will return and continue with your education. This is the year where you will become progressively more engaged with the program and begin to take on a leadership role. Your curriculum will continue with land navigation, small unit level tactics, battle drills, rules of war, and the principles of war.

MSL 301 - 302

Junior Cadets will enter into your most important year and will be leading the Cadets within the program. This year will culminate with Advanced Camp, located at Fort Knox, KY, which lasts four weeks. This year you will lead small groups in physical training and combat training with the oversight of a senior and cadre member. Throughout the year you will begin teaching classes to sophomore and freshman cadets. The classroom instruction includes in depth analysis of the principles of war, platoon sized tactics, and the troop leading procedures.

MSL 401 - 402

As a Senior Cadet, it is your final year and you are preparing to commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. This is the year that you will be planning all the events for the program. You will also be developing the Junior Cadets in their leadership roles. This is the final year you will spend in ROTC and it is more involved than the previous years. During classroom instruction you will learn the administrative side of leadership which includes planning, operations, and training as well as the basics of officership.​​​​​​​

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