In addition to your normal college coursework, Air Force ROTC courses and hands-on leadership opportunities will complement your major and push you to make the most of your college life and your career.
Taught by a world-class military faculty and supplemented by distinguished speakers, Air Force ROTC classes bring policy and history to life.
Classes take place in university classrooms, equipped with everything needed for learning in a comfortable and positive atmosphere. Computers and other helpful facilities will be located at the Air Force ROTC detachmentdetachmentThe Air Force ROTC unit at a host university. .
CadetsCadetsMembers of the student population of AFROTC are required to wear their uniforms only to Air Force ROTC classes, on Leadership LaboratoryLeadership LaboratoryLLAB - ROTC course for all cadets to learn management and leadership skills. day (once a week) and to occasional special events. The rest of the time, they look like every other college student.
Air Force ROTC curriculum is organized by aerospace class and separated into four major areas:
Profession of Arms
Gain knowledge in military officership, military law, laws of armed conflict and military customs and courtesies.
Cadets develop enhanced oral and written communication skills critical to military leadership.
Develop leadership and management skills through a better understanding of the different aspects and functions of military leadership.
Military Studies/International Security Studies
Gain a better understanding of the nature of conflict and how the United States military forces, particularly aerospace forces, are developed, organized and employed.
Take a look at the following course descriptions to get an idea of what Air Force ROTC has to offer you.
- Freshmen and sophomores have Air Force ROTC classes for three hours each week.
- Juniors and seniors have Air Force ROTC classes for five hours each week.