Leadership positions are earned – based on academic achievement, leadership potential, physical fitness and job performance appraisal. From your rook to senior year, you'll have dozens of opportunities to learn how to lead self and to lead others – and to be an inspiration for those who serve with you.
Rank: Rook to Cadet
Study Skills (mandated hours)
Basic Military Skills
Working with Diverse Groups
The Honor Code
Rank: Private to Corporal
Study Skills (independent hours)
Methods of Instruction
Small Group Leadership Techniques
Leadership Styles, Principles and Traits
The Honor Code Judicial Process
Rank: Private to Command Sergeant Major
Leading Groups of Cadets
Responsible for Cadet Welfare
Honor Code Investigations
Rank: Private to Colonel
Commanding Groups of Cadets
Training Management and Oversight
Implement Policy and Set Standards
ROTC Training or Elective Class
As part of your advanced training, you’ll participate in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), during a weekly class time taught by a military officer. As a cadet, you’ll have two years (four if you plan to pursue a commission) of true military training, leadership development, and experience working with officers.
The College is comprised of the Departments of Army Military Science, Naval Science and Aerospace Science; each having a department chair and staff.