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Military Science (MILS)

101: Introduction to Leadership I. (3-3-0)
Examines the unique duties and responsibilities of military leaders. Includes an introduction to the organization and roles of the military in American society. Students discuss basic leadership traits, attributes, and skills, including principles of interpersonal communication and team building. Students also analyze military values and ethical leadership.

This is an academic course in leadership which is not affiliated with any Reserve Officers Training Corps of the US Army, Navy, or Air Force, and is not offered in conjunction with the US Department of Defense or any subordinate agency thereof.

102: Introduction to Leadership II. (3-3-0)
Presents fundamental military concepts and doctrine.  Includes an introduction to the history and development of military doctrine. Students learn effective problem-solving skills, including the Military Decision Making Process as well as active listening and feedback skills. Students also examine factors that influence leader and group effectiveness.

This is an academic course in leadership which is not affiliated with any Reserve Officers Training Corps of the US Army, Navy, or Air Force, and is not offered in conjunction with the US Department of Defense or any subordinate agency thereof.

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