UNC Courses

ROTC Courses at UNC

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This is a four year program. If you do all four years you will accrue 18 semester hours of credit. The curriculum is divided into two divisions. They are the Basic Course (Freshman and Sophomore years) and the Advanced Course (Junior and Senior year). However, there is an alternate entry method for current UNC Sophomores and some Juniors that can be completed in only two years. Graduate students can also qualify. All eight courses are fully accredited and count as elective credit in undergraduate work. Here is the standard four-year progression:

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First Year (MS-I)

-Fall Semester

Army 101 – Adventures in Leadership (1 Credit)

Professor: Cadre

Location: Armory Building

FRESHMEN ONLY

 

-Spring Semester

Army 102 – Adventures in Leadership – The Sequel (1 Credit)

Professor: Cadre

Location: Armory Building

FRESHMEN ONLY

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Second Year (MS-II)

-Fall Semester

Army 201 – Leadership Discovery (2 Credits)

Professor: CPT Carollo

Location: Armory Building

SOPHOMORES ONLY

-Spring Semester

Army 202 – Tactical Leadership (2 Credits)

Professor: CPT Carollo

Location: Armory Building

SOPHOMORES ONLY

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Third Year (MS-III)

-Fall Semester

Army 301 – Military Science and Leadership (3 Credits)

Professor: CPT Carollo

Location: Armory Building

CADETS AND MINORS ONLY

-Spring Semester

Army 302 – Advanced Military Operations (3 Credits)

Professor: CPT Carollo

Location: Armory Building

CADETS AND MINORS ONLY

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Fourth Year (MS-IV)

-Fall Semester

Army 401 – Leadership and Management (3 Credits)

Professor: MAJ Stallings

Location: Armory Building

CADETS AND MINORS ONLY

-Spring Semester

Army 402 – Officership (3 Credits)

Professor: MAJ Stallings

Location: Armory Building

CADETS AND MINORS ONLY

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Required Each Semester:

ARMY100 Leadership Laboratory (0 Credits) Drill and ceremony, marksmanship, land navigation exercises, first aid, small unit tactics, and confidence course training. Strongly encouraged for all basic course students and required for all advanced course students.

 

Professional Military Education and Peace War and Defense requirements:

You will also be required to take PWAD 272, and a Military History class. You can request a list of approved classes at any time in order to register.