Department of Military Science and Leadership
Special Training Opportunities
Army ROTC cadets may attend the US Army Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia. This physically demanding, three week course trains soldiers to conduct military parachute operations.
Air Assault School
Army ROTC cadets may attend the US Army Air Assault School at any of a number of Army posts. This physically demanding, 12- day course trains soldiers to conduct military operations with Army Aviation support.
Sapper Leaders Course (SLC)
Army ROTC cadets may attend the U.S. Army SLC in Fort Leonard, Missouri. SLC will train cadets on confidence and competence as a leader to thoroughly plan and aggressively execute combat engineer missions.
Army ROTC cadets may attend the U.S. Army Combat Diver School at Key West, Florida. This four –week course will develop confidence and personal courage while training cadets in waterborne operations.
Army ROTC cadets may attend the U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center at Fort Wainwright, Alaska. This three-week course provides training in the skills required for survival, movement, and the conduct of military operations in mountainous terrain and cold regions.
Army ROTC cadets may attend the U.S. Army Mountain Warfare School is a two-week course taught in Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, Vermont. The training is designed to develop cadets as an expert in mountain operations.