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ARMY

(ARMY) MILITARY SCIENCE
LTC. Steven B. Sigloch, Professor of Military Science
Room 123A, Hayden Hall
http://armyrotc.memphis.edu/

NOTE: Leadership Laboratory provides the forum for the reinforcement of formal classroom instruction. Lab revolves around the practical application of the theories of leadership with a “hands-on” approach to learning. Provides opportunities for cadets to exercise leadership, planning, and management skills as well as covering independent topics including: rappelling, drill and ceremonies, first aid, and orienteering.


ARMY 1100 - Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 1110.

ARMY 1110 - Leadership/Personal Developmnt (1)
Introduction to challenges and competences critical for effective leadership; examination of how critical thinking, goal setting, time management, and stress relate to leadership; history and mission of the Army and leadership, personal ethics, and Army values. There is no military obligation. COREQUISITE: ARMY 1100.

ARMY 1115 - Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 1120.

ARMY 1120 - Intro to Tactical Leadership (2)
Emphasis on personal motivation and team building in the context of planning, executing, and assessing team exercises while developing the knowledge of leadership values and attributes; learning the Army rank, structure, and duties. COREQUISITE: ARMY 1115

ARMY 2100 - Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 3105.

ARMY 2115 - Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 2145.

ARMY 2140 - Innovative Team Leadership (2)
Preparation of potential leaders in combat through study of the knowledge and skills needed by an individual soldier. Skill developed in planning and organizing by combat patrols. Course includes a series of field practical exercises.

ARMY 2145 - Foundations Tactical Leadershp (2)
Advanced concepts in reconnaissance, raid, and ambush patrolling techniques, extended patrolling operations, and application techniques for specialized equipment; leadership skills through student led patrols. Includes series of field practical experiences. COREQUISITE: ARMY 2115.

ARMY 2190 - Leaders Training Course (4)
Covering a training period of approximately 30 days, the Department of Military Science ROTC Battalion provides travel to and from Fort Knox, KY. Training includes practical experience in leadership, small unit tactics, weapons drill, and communications under field conditions. No military obligation is incurred. PREREQUISITE: Permission of Professor of Military Science

ARMY 3100 - Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. PREREQUISITE: permission of Professor of Military Science. COREQUISITE: ARMY 3111.

ARMY 3105 - American Military History (3)
(2105). Developments since colonial period; emphasis on background and growth of national military and naval establishments, military and naval thought, difficulties accompanying modernization and assumption of global responsibilities, and problem of relationship between civilian and military naval sectors in democracy. COREQUISITE: ARMY 2100.

ARMY 3111 - Adaptive Tactical Lead I (3)
Presentation, discussion, practical exercise, and field training on fundamentals of map reading and land navigation; development of skills in individual and small unit tactical planning and operations; professional subjects in leadership, leadership assessment, and principles of war. COREQUISITE: ARMY 3100. PREREQUISITE: permission of the Professor of Military Science.

ARMY 3115 - Advanced Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. PREREQUISITE: permission of Professor of Military Science. COREQUISITE: ARMY 3121.

ARMY 3121 - Leadership in Changing Environ (3)
Continuation of first year advanced course. COREQUISITE: ARMY 3115. PREREQUISITE: permission of the Professor of Military Science.

ARMY 3190 - Leadership Development/Assess (4)
Practical experience in leadership, small unit tactics, U.S. Army weapon systems and equipement, and patrolling operation. Students must register for course following succesful camp completion to receive credit. PREREQUISITE: permission of Professor of Military Science.

ARMY 4100 - Advanced Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 4111.

ARMY 4111 - Developing Adaptive Leaders (3)
Leadership and management skill development in specific areas of oral and written communications, training management, personnel evaluation and counseling, Army personnel management systems, logistic systems, military justice, and familiarization with ethics of military professional. COREQUISITE: ARMY 4100. PREREQUISITE: permission of the Professor of Military Science. COREQUISITE: ARMY 4100.

ARMY 4115 - Advanced Leadership Laboratory (1)
Two laboratory hours per week. COREQUISITE: ARMY 4121.

ARMY 4121 - Leadership in Complex World (3)
Continuation of second year of advanced course. COREQUISITE: ARMY 4115. PREREQUISITE: permission of the Professor of Military Science.

ARMY 4150 - Independent Study (3)
Independent study in Military Science. PREREQUISITE: permission of Professor of Military Science.

Course Descriptions

College of Arts and Sciences

Aerospace Studies (AERO)
African and African American Studies (AAAS)
Anthropology (ANTH)
Biology (BIOL)
Chemistry (CHEM)
Computer Science (COMP)
Criminology and Criminal Justice (CJUS)
Earth Sciences (ESCI)
English (ENGL)
Emergency Management (EMGT)
Environmental Studies (ENVR)
Health Administration (HADM)
History (HIST)
International Studies (INTL)
Judaic Studies (JDST)
Mathematics (MATH)
Military Science (ARMY)
Naval Science (NAVY)
Philosophy (PHIL)
Physics (PHYS)
Political Science (POLS)
Public and Nonprofit Administration (PADM)
Psychology (PSYC)
Religious Studies (RLGN)
Social Work (SWRK)
Sociology (SOCI)
Women's Studies (WMST)

Foreign Languages and Literatures

Arabic (ARAB)
Chinese (CHIN)
Classics (CLAS)
French (FREN)
German (GERM)
Greek (GREK)
Hebrew (HEBR)
Italian (ITAL)
Japanese (JAPN)
Languages and Literature (LALI)
Latin (LATN)
Portuguese (PORT)
Russian (RUSS)
Spanish (SPAN)

Fogelman College of Business and Economics

Accountancy (ACCT)
Business Administration (BA)
Economics (ECON)
Finance (FIR)
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Management (MGMT)
Marketing (MKTG))
Supply Chain Management Science (SCMS)

College of Communication and Fine Arts

Architecture (ARCH)
Art (ART)
Art History (ARTH)
Communication (COMM)
Communication/Fine Arts (CCFA)
Dance (DANC)
Interior Design (IDES)
Journalism (JOUR)
Theatre (THEA)

Music

Applied Music (MUAP)
Music Appreciation (MUS)
Music Education (MUSE)
Music History, Literature, and Appreciation (MUHL)
Music Industry (MUID)
Music Theory and Composition (MUTC)
Sacred Music (MUSA)

College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research

Counseling and Personnel Services (COUN)
Educational Psychology and Research (EDPR)

Health and Sport Sciences

Dietetics (NUTR)
Health and Human Performance (EXSS)
Health and Sport Sciences (HMSE)
Healthcare Leadership (HCL)
Health Promotion (HPRO)
Physical Education Activities (PHED)
Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE)
Sport and Leisure Commerce (SLC)
Sport and Leisure Management (SLS)

Instruction and Curriculum Leadership

Early Childhood Education (ECED)
Educational Services (EDSV)
Elementary Education (ELED)
Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL)
Instructional Design and Technology (IDT)
Leadership (LEAD)
Reading (RDNG)
Special Education (SPED)

Herff College of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering (BIOM)
Civil Engineering (CIVL)
Electrical and Computer Engineering (EECE)
Engineering (ENGR)
Mechanical Engineering (MECH)
Technology (TECH)

Loewenberg School of Nursing

Nursing (NURS)

University College

Family and Consumer Science (CSED)
Merchandising (MRCH)
Paralegal Studies (LEGL)
University College (UNIV)

Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management

Hospitality and Resort Management (HPRM)

Independent Programs

Orientation Program (ACAD)
University Honors Program (UNHP)
University of Memphis Libraries (LBRY)


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