U.S. Army ROTC (ARMY)
Department Office, 255 Ft. Douglas Blvd #638, Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
University of Utah, 801–581–6716
Department Chair, LTC Troy K. Heineman
Web Page: www.milsci.utah.edu
The Military Science Department (Army ROTC) offers a leadership program for college men and women to earn commissions as second lieutenants in the United States Army (Active, Reserve, or National Guard). Two- and four-year programs are available. All courses receive academic credit toward graduation. Instructors, textbooks, uniforms, and equipment are provided by the Department of the Army without cost to the student.
The Basic Course provides instruction in basic leadership and hands-on military adventure training such as rappelling, survival instruction, skiing, land navigation, and rifle marksmanship. There is no military obligation for students taking the Basic Course. Students normally take this program during their freshman and sophomore years.
The Advanced Course provides extensive instruction in leadership development, military organization, management, tactics, and administration. Students may have the opportunity to attend specialty training such as Airborne or Air Assault School. This program is normally taken during the final two years of college.
Financial aid/scholarships are available from the Department of Military Science. For further information, contact the enrollment advisor at 801.581.6716.
(F = Fall Semester, S = Spring Semester, Su = Summer Term)
|ARMY||1010||Leadership Discovery I||(2) F|
|ARMY||1020||Leadership Discovery II||(2) S|
|ARMY||1060||Military Physical Readiness||(1) F, S|
|ARMY||2010||Leadership Challenge I||(3) F|
|ARMY||2020||Leadership Challenge II||(3) S|
|ARMY||2090||Ranger Challenge||(2) T,H|
|ARMY||2950||Basic Course Independent Study||(2-3) Su|
|ARMY||3010||Leadership Assess.& Development I||(3) F|
|ARMY||3020||Leadership Assess. & Development II||(3) S|
|ARMY||3950||Independent Study||(1-4) F, S|
|ARMY||3960||Military History Leader||(3) F, S|
|ARMY||4010||Advanced Leadership I||(4) F|
|ARMY||4020||Advanced Leadership II||(4) S|
|ARMY||4950||Senior Seminar||(1-4) F, S|