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Aerospace Studies (AS)


The leadership laboratory is required for all courses except AS 304 and 306. These courses are conducted within the framework of organized cadet-corps with progression of experiences designed to develop leadership potential. Involves Air Force customs and courtesies, drills, and career progression.

101. U.S. Air Force (1) (F) Study of the total force structure, strategic offensive and defensive, general purpose, and aerospace support forces of the Air Force in the contemporary world.

102. U.S. Air Force (1) (S) Continuation of 101. 201. The Air Force Way (2) (F) Study of Air Force heritage, quality Air Force principles, ethics, and an introduction to leadership and group leadership problems. Application of written and verbal communication skills is included.

202. The Air Force Way (2) (S) Continuation of 201.

304. AFROTC Four-Week Field Training (4) (S) Four-week field experience and training at selected Air Force bases on the Mainland. Required of AFROTC students for Air Force commission. (Prerequisites: 101, 102, 201, 202, enrolled in AFROTC program and consent.)

306. AFROTC Six-Week Field Training (S) Six-week field experience and training at selected Air Force bases on the Mainland. Required of AFROTC students for Air Force commission. (Prerequisites: enrolled in AFROTC program and consent.)

351. Air Force Leadership & Management (3) (F) Integrated management course emphasizing the military officer as manager in Air Force milieu, including individual motivational and behavioral processes, leadership, communication and group dynamics.

352. Air Force Leadership & Management (3) (S) Continuation of 351.

401. Preparation for Active Duty (3) (F) Study of the national security process, regional studies, advanced leadership, ethics, and Air Force doctrine. Special focus placed on preparation for active duty and current issues affecting professionalism.

402. Preparation for Active Duty (3) (S) Continuation of 401.