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MSL 201 Intermediate Military Science I (3) explores creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles through historical case studies and engaging in interactive student exercises. Cadets practice aspects of personal motivation and team building by planning, executing, and assessing team exercises. Focus is on continued development of leadership values and attributes through understanding of rank, uniform, customs, and courtesies. The development of individual leadership traits and capabilities using the Army officer as a model. The Army's problem solving methods, written and oral communications, tactics and group leadership. This course is only offered in the Fall.
MSL 202 Intermediate Military Science II (3) challenges of leading complex, contemporary operational environments. Dimensions of cross-cultural challenges of leadership in a instantly changing world are highlighted and applied to practical Army leadership tasks and situations. Cadets develop greater self-awareness as they practice communication and team building skills, tactics in real world scenarios. Provides a smooth transition to MSL301. Cadets will study, practice, and apply the fundamentals of leadership skills, Army Values, ethics, personal development, and tactics at the platoon unit level, obtaining team buy-in through immediate feedback. This course is only offered in the Spring.
MSL 203 ROTC Basic Camp (6) is a six-week summer course conducted at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. Substitutes for ROTC basic course (MSL 101, 102, 201, and 202) and fulfills course require for admission to ROTC advanced courses. Credit will be given for MSL 203 or basic courses, but not both. Prerequisite: consent.
CPT LANZÓ (LEFT), is available through email at email@example.com. CPT Lanzó is the primary instructor for the MSL 100 classes. Email him if you have any questions pertaining to ROTC enrollment.