This minor is designed to enhance the military science (Army Reserve Officer Training Corps) curriculum. A Minor in Military Management and Leadership (MSL) will develop a well-rounded perspective of a future Army officer’s role and decision-making ability in political, sociological, historical, and geographical arenas.
All students pursuing the minor must complete 21 semester credit hours.
- 12 semester credit hours of core military science and leadership coursework:
MSC 3013 Leading Small Organizations I
MSC 3023 Leading Small Organizations II
MSC 4013 Adaptive Leadership
MSC 4023 Leadership in a Complex World
- 9 semester credit hours of electives chosen from the following:
GLA 3013 Introduction to Global Analysis
GLA 4013 The Intelligence Community and World Affairs
GRG 3643 Political Geography
HIS 2543 Introduction to Islamic Civilization
HIS 2553 Introduction to East Asian Civilization
HIS 3543 History of Modern Warfare
HIS 3823 History of American Foreign Relations
MGT 3013 Introduction to Organization Theory, Behavior, and Management
POL 3433 Governments and Politics of Southeast Asia
POL 3463 Politics of the Third World
POL 3493 Politics of the Middle East
POL 3523 Force in International Politics
POL 3563 Current Issues in World Politics
To declare a Minor in Military Management and Leadership, obtain advice, or seek approval of substitutions for course requirements, students should consult the professor of military science in Undergraduate Studies in conjunction with an advisor in the office of Undergraduate Studies Support and Technology Services.