|MLSC*1220*02 Learning To Lead I
Provides an initial glimpse of the military and the role that it plays in society. Develops the student's comprehension of the American defense system as it evolved as the result of changes in the American society. Typical subjects include ethics, leadership, effective goal setting, managing time and effort, and the tradition of a citizens' army.
Practical application in adventure training, one-rope bridges, rifle marksmanship, land navigation, drill and ceremonies, physical training. Prerequisite: MSL 101 (or concurrent).
Continuation of 101. Provides instruction in military-related subjects of general student interest, i.e., confidence-building field trips, supervising an individual exercise program, development of individual soldiering skills, and leadership and professional ethics for the military. Introduction to armed forces evolvements, overview of the Department of Defense, application of force in international relations.
Basic concepts of military leadership. Familiarization with the concept of leadership, the five of leadership power, the decision-making process, and the styles leadership. Involves military skills and related adventure-type training and basic individula survival skills. Leadership laboratory required 1.5 hours per work, consisting of practical application of leadership skills, drill and ceremonies, land navigation, first aid, and army physical fitness training. Restriction: Instructor Approval.
Individual and small-unit military skills. Practical applications include combat first aid; basic wilderness survival skills; land navigation; and a knowledge of key military jobs, duties, and responsibilities. Involves field training to provide hands-on experience. Leadership laboratory required 1.5 hours per week, consisting of practical application of leadership skills, drill and ceremonies, land navigation, first aid, and army physical fitness training. Restriction: Instructor Approval.
Series of practical opportunities to lead smallgroups and receive personal assessments and encouragement. Uses small unit defensive tactics and opportunities to plan/conduct training. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes, and presentations/briefings.
Analyze tasks and prepare written or oral guidance for team members to accomplish tasks. Delegate tasks and supervise. Examine and apply lessons fron leadership case studies. Examine importance of ethics decision-making. Includes field training session, student taught classes, and presentations/briefings.
Plan, conduct and evaluate activities of the ROTC cadet organization. Assess organizational cohesion and develop startegies to improve it. Develop confidence in skills to lead people and manage resources. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes and presentations/briefings.