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ROTC.4400 Adaptive Leadership (MSL 401) (Formerly 28.440)

Id: 004427 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


Adaptive Leadership is designed for students to apply their leadership techniques. Throughout the semester, students are assigned the duties and responsibilities of an Army staff officer and must apply the fundamentals of principles of training and the military decision making process to plan, execute and assess ROTC training. Students will be given numerous opportunities to train, mentor and evaluate underclass students enrolled in the ROTC Basic Course. Students will study how Army values and leader ethics are applied in the Contemporary Operating environment and how these values and ethics are relevant to everyday life. Students will study the Army officer's role in the counseling of subordinates, administrative actions and the management of an Army Officer's career. Due to the unique nature of this course, entrance into this course requires a permission number granted by the Instructor.

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