UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN OSHKOSH

Course Offerings - MILITARY SCIENCE


70-101 Leadership and Military Science I (1+0) 1 cr.

An introductory course designed to orient the student to the ROTC program and to familiarize the student with the fundamentals of various military skills, to include Rappelling, First Aid, the organization and rank structure of the Army, Customs and Traditions of the Military and History of ROTC. (Leadership Laboratory required to include a week-end field trip. Consult schedule).
70-102 Leadership and Military Science II (1+0) 1 cr.
An orientation of the Army and its career opportunities. Introduction of the student to the military leadership, basic rifle marksmanship, snow shoeing and winter survival, Land Navigation, and briefing/presentation techniques.
70-111 Leadership and Military Science I Lab 1 cr.

The objective of this Lab is to inform, demonstrate, and involve students in Leadership Principles, Leadership Doctrine, Tactical and Technical Competence, and Physical Fitness Training. The Lab will emphasize the student's ability to improve his/her leadership potential. Mandatory lab for students enrolled in 70-101. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-101.
70-112 Leadership and Military Science II Lab 1 cr.
The objective of this LAB is to inform, demonstrate, and involve students in Leadership Principles, Leadership Doctrine, Tactical and Technical Competence, and Physical Fitness Training. The LAB will emphasize the student's ability to improve his/her leadership potential. Mandatory lab for students enrolled in 70-102. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-102.
70-201 Basic Leadership and Management I (2+0) 2 cr.
Familiarize the student with various military skills to include First Aid, communication and physical training. An introduction to basic leadership skills to include group dynamics, decision making and communications. Leadership Laboratory required to include an optional week-end field trip. Consult schedule. Prerequisite: 70-101.
70-202 Basic Leadership and Management II (2+0) 2 cr.
The objectives of this course are to develop an appreciation of fundamentals of basic map reading required for military operation; to introduce the student to individual and small unit tactical training; to introduce the student to military drill and ceremonies. Leadership Laboratory required to include an optional week-end field trip. Consult schedule. Prerequisite: 70-102.
70-207 Military Science Leadership Practicum 6 cr.
Introduces Military Science in a comprehensive six-week summer field environment designed to be taken in lieu of 70-101, 70-102, 70-201, and 70-202 for students who were unable to complete these courses; emphasizes practical field application in a "hands-on" environment and leadership development of academic course credit. Students enrolling in this course are then eligible for entering the Advanced Military Science program; but do not incur any military obligation by participating in this course. Prerequisite: Approval of Department Chairperson. Consult schedule.
70-211 Basic Leadership and Management I Lab 1 cr.
The objective of this LAB is to apply basic concepts and principles of leadership in actual situations to complement instruction learned in 70-201. Student is placed in leadership positions to improve leadership and management skills. Mandatory lab for students enrolled in 70-201. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-201.
70-212 Basic Leadership and Management II Lab 1 cr.
The objective this Leadership Laboratory is to provide practical experience on basic military skills. Students will learn duties and responsibilities of Lieutenants in the United States Army. The Leadership Laboratory will improve the basic skills, develop leadership traits, and instill confidence in the student's ability to plan and lead subordinates. Lab is mandatory for all students enrolled in 70-202. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-202.

70-301 Advanced Leadership and Management I (3+0) 3 cr.

The objective of this course is to present instruction in, and practical applications of, the principles and techniques of leadership and management by identifying and illustrating effective leadership traits. Provides an insight into factors effecting behavior, and an opportunity for application of leadership and management techniques. An introduction to the basics of military justice, supply management, and small unit tactics. Leadership Laboratory required to include a week-end field training exercise. Prerequisite: 70-201 and 70-202.
70-302 Advanced Leadership and Management II (3+0) 3 cr.
The objectives of this course are 1) to stress the Leadership is role in directing and coordinating individual and military team efforts in the execution of offensive and defensive missions; 2) to familiarize the student with the roles of the various branches in the overall mission of the Army and their functions in support of forces; 3) to teach the principles of command and control, leadership techniques and communications systems used in the tactical employment of small units. Leadership Laboratory, to include a week-end field training exercise. Prerequisite: 70-301.
70-311 Advanced Leadership and Management I Lab 1-2 cr.
The objective of this course is to prepare MS III cadets for a six-week Advanced Camp at Fort Lewis, WA. Primary emphasis will be leadership training and squad tactics. Students will gain leadership experience by leading drill and ceremonies, squads, and patrols. Mandatory for all students enrolled in 70-301. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-301.
70-312 Advanced Leadership and Management II Lab 1-2 cr.
The objectives of the LAB is to prepare MS III cadets for a six-week Advanced Camp at Fort Lewis, WA. Students will gain expertise in leadership, management, technical expertise, and physical training by practical exercises. Students will be assigned leadership training and platoon tactics. Mandatory for all students enrolled in 70-302. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-302.
70-401 Applied Leadership and Management I Team II (3+0) 3 cr.
The objectives of this course are 1) to give an overview of Army Organization; 2) to give an introduction to the duties of the staff, emphasizing staff estimates and reports, military intelligence, staff planning, operations, and staff recommendation; 3) further study in command, decision making, command and control; 4) introduction and study of ethics and the military profession. Leadership Laboratory required to include a week-end field training exercise. Prerequisite: 70-302.
70-402 Applied Leadership and Management II (3+0) 3 cr.
The objectives of the course are 1) to introduce the student to military law and administration 2) continue the study of organization leadership 3) introduce students to military protocol 4) provide a field and social environment for students to exercise military tactical training and social courtesies. Leadership Laboratory required to include a week-end field training exercise. Prerequisite: 70-401.
70-411 Applied Leadership and Management I Lab 1-2 cr.
Advanced leadership concept and skills are applied in actual situations commencing at an intermediate level and progressing through higher management positions. Increased emphasis on mentorship, group dynamics, management, and conduct of training. Mandatory for students enrolled in 70-401. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-401.
70-412 Applied Leadership and Management II Lab 1-2 cr.
The objectives of the LAB is to allow students to perform duties and be given the responsibilities normally expected of a lieutenant in the United States Army. Students will plan and conduct all training and social events for the ROTC Cadet Battalion. This will include LOIs, lesson plans, milestone charts, briefings to PMS, actual training, and after action reports. Mandatory for students enrolled in 70-402. Prerequisite: Enrolled in 70-402.
70-421 Contemporary Leadership and Management 1-3 cr.
Military Science students and graduates from Military Science, with the approval of the Chair of the Department, can participate in an intensive reading, writing and training program examining contemporary military leadership and training requirements. Planning, conducting, and evaluating training will be the primary focus. Prerequisites: Approval of Department Chairperson.
70-431 Advanced Contemporary Leadership and Management 1-3 cr.
Military Science Students and graduates from Military Science, with the approval of the Chair of the Department, can participate in an intensive reading, writing and training program examining contemporary military leadership and training. Writing lesson plans, operation orders, and conducting training will be the primary focus. Prerequisites: Approval of Department Chairperson.
70-474 Honors Thesis 3 cr.

Prerequisites: University scholar status and senior standing. Honors thesis projects include any advanced independent endeavor in the student's major field of study e.g., a written thesis, scientific experiment or research project, or creative arts exhibit or production. Proposals (attached to Independent Study contract) must show clear promise of honors work and be approved by a faculty sponsor. Course title for transcript will be "Honors Thesis." Completed projects will be announced and presented to interested students and faculty.
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Last Updated July 1, 1999