Descriptions for Military Science
MILR 1011-2 Adventures in Leadership I*
Introduction to the fundamentals of leadership, including an examination of developing leadership styles in many functional areas applicable to the Army. Covers selected military subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 1021-2 Adventures in Leadership II*
Continues the investigation of developing leadership styles. Examines the implementation of leadership for small organizations. Covers selected military subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 2031-2 Methods of Leadership and Management I*
Comprehensive review of contemporary leadership and management concepts, based on the Army's historical experiences, to include self and group motivation, personal and group attitudes, written and oral communicative skills, individual and group problem solving, understanding human needs and behavior and self-development. Covers selected military subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 2041-2 Methods of Leadership and Management II*
Continuation of MILR 2031, stressing practical application of leadership concepts. Students are required to be mid-level leaders within the cadet organization and receive written evaluations on their performance. Covers selected miliary subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 3052-3 Military Operations and Training I
Examines the organization and operations of tactical United States Army units with a focus at the platoon level. Various leadership styles and techniques are studied as they relate to small unit tactics. Basic military skills are introduced and students become familiar with actual military equipment. Potential hands-on training with various military systems. Covers selected military subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 3062-3 Military Operations and Training II
Focuses on the military decision-making process and the operations order. Exposes the student to tactical small unit leadership in a variety of environments. Covers advanced tactics and small unit weapons systems. Covers selective military subjects. Written and oral presentations required.
MILR 4072-3 Officer Leadership and Development I*
Examines theory, doctrine and procedures behind Army operations and focuses on the impact of the information revolution on the art of land warfare. Students also study principles of war and leadership through a detailed analysis of two historical battles. Other subjects examined include military training principles and procedures, ethics and law of war, counter-terrorism, joint operations, military counseling and writing skills. This course includes a leadership laboratory where cadets demonstrate the skills they have acquired from their previous military science training while serving in key leadership positions within the AROTC detachment.
MILR 4082-3 Officer Leadership and Development II*
The capstone course for the AROTC program. Prepares cadets for the challenge of junior officer leadership in the United States Army. Focuses on small unit leadership and dynamics and the principles and procedures behind Army day-to-day operations. This course concentrates on the military justice system, operational security, installation support mechanisms for soldiers and their families, logistics principles and procedures, and personnel performance evaluation concepts. Includes a leadership laboratory where cadets continue to gain leadership experience by managing day-to-day cadet activities.
*These courses are taught at the Colorado School of Mines. Round trip transportation is provided. Please contact the Army ROTC office at the Department of Military Science at the University of Colorado, 303-492-6495.
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