Academics is the NUMBER ONE priority in the All For One Battalion. Regardless of whether you spend a few years or a career in the Army, your degree and your grades will have a significant impact for the rest of your lives.
As Freshman, you will be immediately teamed up with other students under the mentorship of an upperclassmen Cadet. This is for Team Building, Transition Assistance, and Academic Tutoring.
Below is the list of ROTC classes that you will take at Xavier. In order to become an Officer in the Army, you must complete this curriculum and attend Advanced Camp during the summer between your junior and senior year at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
These courses focus on developing individual skills and confidence building which form the basis of leadership. These courses cover topics such as rappelling, marksmanship, first aid, and other fundamental skills. These courses are open to non-ROTC students without military obligation.
|MILS 101, Leadership & Personal Development||1|
|MILS 102, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 103, Introduction to Tactical Leadership||1|
|MILS 104, Leadership Lab||1|
These courses focus on developing basic supervisory skills. These courses cover the same topics as the 100 level courses but in greater depth. These courses are open to non-ROTC students without military obligation.
|MILS 201, Innovative Team Leadership||3|
|MILS 202, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 203, Foundations of Tactical Leadership||3|
|MILS 204, Leadership Lab||1|
These courses focus on small unit leadership and are open only to students contracted for commissioning. These courses will prepare a student for attendance at Advanced Camp.
|MILS 301, Adaptive Tactical Leadership||3|
|MILS 302, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 303, Leadership in Changing Environments||3|
|MILS 304, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 299, Basic Camp (if you attend, not required)||4*|
These courses focus on planning, organizing and conducting small unit operations and are open only to students contracted for commissioning. These courses will prepare a student for commissioning and the Officer Basic Course.
|MILS 401, Developing Adaptive Leaders||3|
|MILS 402, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 403, Leadership in a Complex World||3|
|MILS 404, Leadership Lab||1|
|MILS 399, Advanced Camp (optional class credit for summer training)||4*|