Successful completion of the four-, or three year Air Force ROTC program is required to be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. Aerospace Studies classes are taken in addition to the classes required for a bachelor’s degree. After completing the classes, students earn a minor in Aerospace Studies. In some cases, ROTC classes may be taken in conjunction with a master’s degree program. The program taken is based on the number of years remaining until graduation (e.g., a transfer student with three years remaining until graduation would enroll in the three-year program). The courses, along with the normal schedule for taking them for each of the programs, are listed below:
All cadets in the three-and four-year programs will compete to attend a four-week summer training camp. Attendance at this camp is usually between the sophomore and junior year at a selected Air Force base. Up to 4 credits may be granted for this training.
A Leadership Laboratory period is required each week during the fall and spring semesters for each year of aerospace studies. Interested students should check the current Schedule of Classes for the Leadership Laboratory schedule.