Apr 20, 2021  
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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MISC 301 - Introduction to Team and Small Unit Operations (Military Science III)


3 credits
3 lecture hours. 1 and 1-half lab hours.

This begins the professional phase of the student’s ROTC career. The broad objective is to further the development of the cadet in the responsibilities of and techniques utilized by a military leader. The sub-courses are developed to direct the thrust of education toward the knowledge, leadership, and management skills needed by an Army Second Lieutenant. Emphasis in the lecture will be placed on the Army Leadership Development Program (LDP), land navigation, weapons qualification, squad and platoon level infantry tactics, physical training, and job performance. Emphasis in the laboratory will be placed primarily on position assessment and performance as a cadet non-commissioned officer and assisting the cadet officers and cadre with the instruction of Basic Course cadets during leadership laboratory or in ROTC extra-curricular activities. Students enrolled in this course are required to attend physical training three to five days per week, depending on their performance on the Army Physical Fitness Test. Students are also required to go to Field Training Exercises (FTX) at least once a month in order to apply classroom instruction in a practical environment on land navigation courses, squad tactical exercise lanes, or weapon ranges.

Offered (FALL)



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