2022-23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

AES-1211/1221 0 hours General Military Course (GMC) Leadership Laboratory –Fa, Sp This lab provides an opportunity for students to apply Air Force procedures, techniques, and knowledge. Students will learn the Air Force organizational structure as well as customs and courtesies. GMC cadets will also develop their followership and teamwork skills in a cadet-led, cadre-supervised lab environment. Taken concurrently with 1000-level AES courses. Credit/no credit. AES-2210,2220 1 hour/sem Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power I (Fa) and II (Sp) (AS 200) These courses feature topics on Air Force heritage and leaders; introduction to air power through examination of the Air Force Core Functions; and continued application of communication skills. Its purpose is to instill an appreciation of the development and employment of air power and to motivate sophomore students to transition from AFROTC cadet to AFROTC officer candidate. AES-2211/2221 0 hours Field Training Preparation Leadership Lab (FTP) –Fa, Sp This lab further develops skills and concepts introduced in the GMC Leadership Laboratory. Students are prepared mentally and physically for the demanding requirements of the upcoming Field Training summer program. Training is cadet-led, where the students will display their ability to apply Air Force concepts and procedures. Taken concurrently with 2000-level AES courses. Credit/no credit. AES-2500 Extended GMC Leadership Laboratory 0 hours This course is for cadets who have met the requirements of GMC but have not yet completed field training. AES-3310,3320 3 hours/sem United States Air( Force Leadership Studies I (Fa) and II (Sp) (AS 300) These courses teach cadets advanced skills and knowledge in management and leadership. Special emphasis is placed on enhancing leadership skills. Cadets have an opportunity to try out these leadership and management techniques in a supervised environment as juniors and seniors. AES-3311/3321 0 hours Intermediate Cadet Leadership Laboratory (ICL) –Fa, Sp The (ICL) lab builds the foundation of leadership skills required as an Air Force Officer. Cadets apply leadership/management concepts learned in Field Training and previous aerospace studies classes and labs to assist in training the GMC cadets. Taken concurrently with 3000-level AES courses. Credit/no credit. AES-4310,4320 3 hours/sem National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty I (Fa) and II (Sp) (AS 400) These courses are designed for college seniors and gives them the foundation to understand their role as military officers in American society. It is an overview of the complex social and political issues facing the military profession and requires a measure of sophistication commensurate with the senior college level. AES-4311/4321 0 hours Senior Cadet Leadership (SCL) Laboratory –Fa, Sp This lab prepares students for progression into active duty life. As in the ICL lab, students take leadership roles in execution of leadership labs for the cadet wing. Students hone leadership fundamentals learned in previous courses and labs to a level commensurate to entry into the active duty Air Force. Taken concurrently with 4000-level AES courses. Credit/no credit. AES-4500 Extended POC Leadership Laboratory 0 hours This course is for cadets who have met all requirements for Air Force ROTC but have not yet completed their baccalaureate degree. Physical Training sessions are twice a week, see instructor for details. Physical training is not an official class and registration is not necessary; however participation is required. Army ROTC (MIL) Army ROTC courses are offered through Cedarville University in collaboration with the Army ROTC detachment located at Central State University. While Army ROTC courses are included in the Cedarville University course schedule for registration purposes, classes, labs, and physical training are usually conducted on the campuses of Central State University and Cedarville University. Cedarville University provides transportation for off-site classes. MIL-1000 Leadership Lab I 0 hours Applied Army ROTC training. Taken concurrently with 1000-level MIL courses. MIL-1010,1020 Military Science I 2 hours/sem Introduction to the history, role, and organization of the Army and ROTC, as well as the U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Army National Guard, and the available career options. Introduces officership, military customs and traditions, map reading, land navigation, field training, first-aid procedures, and physical fitness training. Familiarize with rank structure, drill and ceremony, military courtesies, weapons, marksmanship, and communications equipment. Discuss styles and fundamentals of leadership and develop leadership skills. MIL-2000 Leadership Lab II 0 hours Applied Army ROTC training. Taken concurrently with 2000-level MIL courses. MIL-2010,2020 Military Science II 2 hours/sem Course of study includes emergency first-aid procedures, field survival practices, physical fitness, orienteering, and small-unit leadership training. Explores the various career management fields within the Army. Students will begin to receive leadership assignments and responsibility within the cadet battalion. Introduction to advanced course of study. MIL-3000 Leadership Lab Ill 0 hours Applied Army ROTC training. Taken concurrently with 3000-level MIL courses. MIL-3010,3020 Military Science Ill 3 hours/sem The junior year of military science is completely dedicated to developing leadership skills and preparing students for the six- week Advanced Camp in the summer of the junior year. Subjects covered are drill, leadership, marksmanship training, squad and team tactics with leadership exercises and advanced navigation training on day and night courses. Students learn to inspect soldiers’ equipment, draft and issue orders, and plan and conduct training as a small-unit leader. Prerequisite: approval of professor of military science. MIL-4000 Leadership Lab IV 0 hours Applied Army ROTC training. Taken concurrently with 4000-level MIL courses. MIL-4010,4020 Military Science IV 3 hours/sem The senior year of military science provides senior cadets with advanced managerial leadership skills. Army staff procedures and functions are taught. These staff skills are put into practice through the assignment of seniors to major leadership positions within the cadet battalion. Seniors learn to command, lead, manage, plan, and supervise as they prepare for commissioning as officers in the United States Army. Senior students will receive instruction on military professionalism and ethics. Prerequisite: approval of professor of military science. Page 286 2022–23 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Course Descriptions AES-1211/1221–MIL-4010,4020 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES