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Senior Cadets provide oversight for the entire battalion, planning training events and monitoring the leadership of the juniors, in conjunction with the Cadre. The senior Cadets are given a large amount of freedom in operating the Bengal Detachment, as they must prepare for their impending roles as 2nd Lieutenants upon graduation.

 

Fall Semester Courses

MSL 4401 Developing Adaptive Leaders: 4 semester hours

Develop proficiency in planning, executing, and assessing complex operations, and in functioning as a member of a staff. Provide performance feedback to subordinates by assessing risk, making ethical decisions, and leading fellow ROTC cadets. Lessons on military justice and personnel processes prepare cadets to make the transition to becoming officers. PREREQ: MSL 3301 and MSL 3302. COREQ: MSL 4401L

MSL 4401L Developing Adaptive Leaders Laboratory: 0 semester hours

Practical application of classroom instruction, leadership exercises, adventure training, military skills, and tactical instruction. Military branch and rank orientation is also applied. COREQ: MSL 4401.

MSL 4411 Advanced Army Physical Fitness: 1 semester hour

Participate in and learn how to supervise the planning and leading of physical fitness programs. Develop progressive physical fitness requirements of the ROTC program to prepare Cadets and students to become officers in the Army.  COREQ: MSL 4401

 

Spring Semester Courses

MSL 4402 Leadership in a Complex World: 4 semester hours

Explore dynamics of leading in complex situations of current military operations in the COE. Examine differences in customs and courtesies, military law, principles of war, and rules of engagement in the face of international terrorism. Explore aspects of interacting with non-government identities/civilians on the battlefield. PREREQ: MSL 4401. COREQ: MSL 4402L

 

MSL 4402L Leadership in a Complex World Laboratory: 0 semester hours

Practical application of classroom instruction, leadership exercises, adventure training, military skills, and tactical instruction. Military branch and rank orientation is also applied. COREQ: MSL 4402

MSL 4412 Expert Army Physical Fitness: 1 semester hour

Participate in and apply the knowledge to supervise the planning and leading of physical fitness programs. Develop progressive physical fitness requirements of the ROTC program to prepare Cadets and students to become officers in the Army. COREQ: MSL 4402