College of Arts & Sciences

Military Leadership - Minor

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Total courses

20

Total hours

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The Military Leadership Minor provides students with a broad perspective on the military with analysis of the Army and Air Force service branches of the Armed Forces, as well educating students on historical and social scientific perspectives. This minor is designed to produce rounded leaders in the academic environment as well as in a professional setting. 

The Military Leadership Minor requires 20 credit hours from the following:

Required Courses

One of the following groups (3 credits):

AMS 101 Introduction to the Army (2)

AFS 111 Aerospace Studies I (1) 

or

AMS 102 Foundations of Agile and Adaptive Leadership (2)

AFS 113 Aerospace Studies I (1)

One of the following groups (5 credits):

AMS 202 Army Doctrine and Team Development (2)

AMS 301 Training Management and the War Fighting Factions (3)

or

AFS 211 Aerospace Studies II (1)

AFS 213 Aerospace Studies II (1)

AFS 311 Aerospace Studies III (3)

One of the following groups (6 credits):

AMS 302 Applied Leadership in Small Unit Operations (3)

AMS/HIS 320 Advanced Studies in American Military History (3)

or

AFS 313 Aerospace Studies III (3)

AFS 411 Aerospace Studies IV (3)

Guided Electives

Two of the following courses (6 credits):

CLD 230 Intrapersonal Leadership (3) 

CLD 530 Fundamentals of Organizational Leadership (3)

HIS 119 War and Society, 1350-1914 (3)

HIS 121 War and Society, 1914-1945 (3)

HIS 122 War and Society Since 1945 (3)

HIS 357 Japan at War, 1850 to the Present (3)

GEO 109 Digital Mapping (3)

GEO 160 Lands and Peoples of the Non-Western World (3)

GEO 162 Introduction to Global Environmental Issues (3)

GEO 172 Human Geography (3)

GEO 222 Cities of the World (3)

GEO 255 Geography of the Global Economy (3)

GEO 261 Global Dynamics of Health and Disease (3)

GWS 302 Gender Across the World (Subtitle required) (3)

ANT 160 Cultural Diversity in the Modern World (3)

PSY 320 Introduction to Forensics: Psychology and Legal Issues (3)

A-H 360 Visual Culture of Politics (3)

PS 101 American Government (3)

PS 230 Introduction to International Relations (3)

SOC/CLD 380 Globalization: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (3)

GER 342 War, Peace, and Terror in Germany and Europe (3)

JPN 351 The Japanese Experience of the Twentieth Century (3)

WRD 204 Technical Writing (3)

Military Leadership Minor