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2012 - 2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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MSCI 111 - Introduction to Leadership and the Army

Credits: (1)
Instructional Method: One hour lecture; two hours laboratory.
Enrollment in course incurs no military obligation. This course of instruction is an introductory study of various leadership styles and their effects on military organizations and the organization of the U.S. Army, its roles, missions, customs and traditions. Students also receive instruction on the use of the lensatic compass, map reading, first aid, CPR, and physical conditioning. As part of the course, students participate as a member of a team observing and evaluating leader behavior in a variety of situations, both in and out of the classroom. Adventure training is available on an elective basis and can include rappelling, field activities and weapons firing. Students may apply for three-year ROTC scholarships.



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