ROTC Classes at UD

MLSC 105 ** Introduction to Leadership I ** 1 credit

Introduction to leadership principles using case studies, historical perspectives, and hands-on leadership opportunities. Learn to rappel, use a map and compass, understand the basics of physical fitness and familiarize with Army traditions and ceremonies. No military obligation is associated with this course.

MLSC 106 ** Introduction to Leadership II ** 1 credit

Continues to build on the basics of MLSC 105. Provides additional leadership opportunities and expands upon leadership theory. Learn basic rifle marksmanship, develop public presentation abilities, and continue physical fitness development. No military obligation is associated with this course.

MLSC 166 - 00 - Independent Study

MLSC 166 - 02 - Ranger Company

MLSC 205 ** Basic Leadership I ** 1 credit

Enhance student understanding of human behavior, leadership techniques, and management and planning structures. Builds leadership competencies through leadership opportunities with structured evaluations and feedback. Learn about the various branches and job opportunities in the Army. No military obligation is associated with this course.

MLSC 206 ** Basic Leadership II ** 1 credit

Continues to build on the basics of MLSC 205. Learn small unit tactics, how to handle up to ten people in stressful situations with feedback on performance. Further develop skills with map and compass, weapons safety, and learn emergency first aid techniques for basic life saving. No military obligation is associated with this course.

MLSC 215 ** Leader Development ** 2 credits

An introductory six week off campus, hands on leadership education and assessment course. Real life individual and collective leadership challenges and opportunities. All expenses paid. Multiple scholarship opportunities. RESTRICTIONS: Permission of instructor required.

MLSC 305 ** Applied Leadership I ** 2 credits

Advanced training in military leadership. One of two courses designed to prepare cadets for the ROTC Advanced Camp/Nurse Summer Training Program. Focuses on leadership development through multiple, small unit leadership opportunities and counseling. Fine tunes skills learned in the previous two years of Military Science, ROTC Basic Camp or prior military service, especially marksmanship, land navigation, drill and ceremonies and physical fitness. Commitment to military service required. PREREQ: Requires permission of instructor.

MLSC 306 ** Applied Leadership II ** 2 credits

Continues to build on the basics of MLSC305. Completes preparation for Advanced Camp/Nurse Summer Training Program and focuses on leadership at the platoon and company level. Small unit tactics and training are emphasized. Information is provided to help the student make wise decisions about military service options. Commitment to military service required. PREREQ: MLSC305

MLSC 266 ** Independent Study ** 1-3 credits

MLSC 315 ** Leader Evaluation ** 2 credits

An advanced six week off campus, hands on leadership education and assessment course. Real life individual and collective leadership challenges and opportunities. All expenses paid. PREREQ: MLSC 305 and MLSC 306. RESTRICTIONS: Requires permission of instructor.

MLSC 316 ** Nursing Leadership ** 2 credits

An advanced seven week off campus, hands on leadership training and assessment course, specializing in Nursing skills. Two weeks are spent in an Army education scenario then five weeks are spent as a Junior Nurse in an Army hospital/medical center. All expenses paid. PREREQ: MLSC 305 and MLSC 306. RESTRICTIONS: Requires permission of instructor.

MLSC 365 ** Military Studies ** 2 credits

Selected topics in American Military History, current military trends and future military requirements.

HIST 210 ** Military History

MLSC 366 ** Independent Study ** 1-3 credits

MLSC 405 ** Advanced Leadership I ** 2 credits

Designed to prepare cadets for commissioning by refining professional skills and leadership ability. Students will be assigned leadership positions and learn how to function as commanders and staff officers in planning and executing cadet battalion activities. Instruction will focus on technical skills needed to accomplish assigned missions and other topics which expand cadet knowledge of Army systems and procedures. Commitment to military service is required. PREREQ: MLSC 306.

MLSC 406 ** Advanced Leadership II ** 2 credits

Builds on leadership lessons learned in MLSC 405 and helps students complete the transition from cadet to Lieutenant. Cadets will be assigned new leadership positions to broaden their leadership experience. Instruction will focus on officer professional development subjects needed to manage a military career and personal affairs. Commitment to military service is required. PREREQ: MLSC 306.

MLSC 466 ** Independent Study ** 1-3 credits