Courses Available

Mil S 120: Leadership and personal development. (2:1:3) F.

Developing comprehension of the Army leadership dimensions, focusing on critical thinking, time management, and fitness. Introduction to the corps of cadets; building courage and self-confidence. Open to all BYU students. Lab required. Fee.    

Mil S 121: Introduction to tactical leadership. (2:1:3) W

Leadership fundamentals; setting direction, problem solving, listening, presentation skills, and providing feedback. Integration into the corps of cadets through tactical field training. Open to all BYU students. Lab required. Fee. 

Mil S 220: Innovative team leadership. (3:2:3) F

Creative leadership strategies and styles; team dynamics; leadership theory; the Army leadership framework. Includes basics of land navigation and squad tactics. Open to all BYU students. Lab required. Fee. 

Mil S 221: Foundations of tactical leadership. (3:2:3) W

Challenges of leading tactical teams in contemporary operations environment of the U.S. Army' focusing on Army orders process, terrain analysis, and adaptive leadership. Open to all BYU students. Lab required. Fee.

Mil S 320: Adaptive Team Leadership. (4:3:3) F   

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Adaptive leadership skills; demands of leadership in tactical and garrison situations. Cadets have multiple opportunities to lead one another and receive feedback on leadership abilities. Lab required. Fee. 

Mil S 321: Leadership in changing environments. (4:3:3) W    

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Using intense real-world leadership situations to build skills in leading small units, decision-making, persuasion, and motivation when "under fire." Final preparation and evaluation prior to attendance at Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC). Lab required. Fee.

Mil S 325R: STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS. (1-2:ARR:ARR) F, W, SP, SU   

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Seminar in Army Staff Operations. Various opportunities for leadership and organizational experience. Lab required.

Mil S 420: Developing adaptive leaders. (4:3:3) F    

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Developing proficiency in planning, executing, and assessing operations; functioning on a staff; and providing feedback to subordinates with situational real-world opportunities to assess risk, make decisions, and coach others. Emphasizes leadership ethics. Lab required. Fee. 

Mil S 421: Leadership in a complex world. (4:3:3) W    

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Dynamics of leading military operations. Subjects include military law, principles of war, operations, training, and logistics. Presented in context of modern battlefield. Culminates with commission as an officer in the U.S. Army. Lab required. Fee. 

Mil S 425R: Tactical Leadership (Ranger Challenge). (2:3:16) F, W    

PREREQUISITE: MUST BE CONTRACTED IN ROTC PROGRAM.

Emphasis on fitness and tactical proficiency. Participation on University Ranger Challenge Team. Requires commitment and endurance. Provides insight into advanced Army professional training.