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MILS Course Descriptions

MILS 1200 Introduction to Leadership Excellence (3)
Historical overview and evolvement of value systems and philosophies. Individual leadership styles; organization and time management; writing skills; ethics; basic first aid; introduction to map reading and land navigation; implementing a personal fitness program; role of the officer in the military; drill and ceremonies; rappelling; and weapons training. Co-requisite: MILS 1201. (Fall)

MILS 1201 Introduction to Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 1200. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 1200. (Fall)

MILS 1210 Individual Leadership Skills (3)
Comparison and analysis of leadership styles in U.S. Army. Army organization, active and reserve forces; sexual harassment and equal opportunities training; winter operations, and survival; squad tactics; weapons training; and tactical communications. Co-requisite: MILS 1211. (Spring)

MILS 1211 Individual Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 1210. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 1210. (Spring)

MILS 2150 Spring Lab-Sophomore (1)
Military basic skills oriented toward in-depth preparation for junior year of military science and special Army schools such as Airborne, Air Assault, and Northern Warfare Training; includes physical fitness, drill, marksmanship, and patrolling. (Spring).

MILS 2200 Advanced Individual Leadership (3)
Building on skills and fundamentals learned in MILS 1200, 1210; personal leadership and military skills relative to land navigation, military first aid, and preventive medical care and exercises involving tactical training, and other adventure training. (Fall)

MILS 2201 Advanced Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 2200. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Concurrent enrollment in MILS 2200. (Fall)

MILS 2210 Small-Unit Leadership (3)
Organization and leadership of military fire teams and rifle squads, land navigation, squad and platoon tactics, radio/wire communications, and basic first aid. Co-requisite: MILS 2211. (Spring)

MILS 2211 Small-Unit Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 2210. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 2210. (Spring)

MILS 3150 Spring Lab-Juniors (1)
Prerequisite to attendance and successful completion of summer advanced camp at Ft. Lewis, Washington; emphasis on small-unit leadership, physical fitness, land navigation, squad and platoon tactics. (Spring).

MILS 3200 Organizational Leadership (4)
Theory, practical experience, and diagnostic evaluation in organizational leadership, emphasizing communication, human relations, organizational structures, managements, and applied leadership. Co-requisite: MILS 3201. (Fall)

MILS 3201 Organizational Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 3200. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 3200. (Fall)

MILS 3210 Battlefield Leadership (4)
Prerequisite to attendance at summer advanced camp, preparing for its successful completion: land navigation, squad and platoon tactics, combat operations, physical fitness, and battlefield leadership. Corequisite: MILS 3211. (Spring)

MILS 3211 Battlefield Leadership Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 3210. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 3210. (Spring)

MILS 3250 Staff Organization & Operations (1)
Special project staff work for joint Army/Air Force campus ceremonies leadership labs, field training exercises, and training camps. Prerequisite: enrollment in military science. (Fall, Spring).

MILS 4150 Spring Lab-Seniors (1)
Instruction, counseling, and communications in preparation for commissioning into the U.S. Army. Students will be assigned as assistant instructors and evaluated on ability to plan, organize, and teach. (Spring).

MILS 4200 The Military Profession & Ethics (4)
Preparing the prospective officer for successful completion of first and subsequent assignments in the Army. U.S. Army training management, military writing, administration, logistics, professionalism, and ethics. Performs in Army Staff functions. Corequisite MILS 4201. (Fall)

MILS 4201 Military Profession & Ethics Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 4200. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 4200. (Fall)

MILS 4210 The Profession of Arms (4)
Preparing the prospective officer for successful completion of Army assignments. U.S. advanced Army training management, military justice and law, precommissioning orientation, military briefing skills, and junior officer leadership. Performs in Army Staff functions. Corequisite MILS 4211. (Spring)

MILS 4211 Profession of Arms Lab (0)
Lab to accompany MILS 4211. One two and one-half hour meeting per week. Co-requisite: MILS 4210. (Spring)

MILS 4250 Ranger Preparation (1-5)
Participation in Army ROTC Ranger Challenge and Mountain Ranger programs. Advanced military training with practical application of skills taught in MILS 1200-4210.

MILS 4350 Special Project (2)
Special project staff work for Army campus ceremonies, Leadership labs, field training exercises, and training camps. Limited to ROTC cadets with the rank of Company or Battalion positions. Prerequisite: MILS 3250. (Fall, Spring)