ROTC

2016 ROTC Orientation

On behalf of LTC Katie Blue, I’d like to welcome all of you to the 2016 Army ROTC Orientation at MBU on 27 August 2016. Take a moment to view the timeline of events.  The orientation will start at 10:00 a.m. and last until roughly 1:00 p.m.  Football players, you will be released early in order to play in the alumni game.  Please share this invitation with anyone you think might be interested in learning more about ROTC. As always, parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Schultheiss at (414) 852-8825.  I look forward to seeing all of you on the 27th!

Quality leadership training

ROTC programs accept young people who are athletes, leaders, and scholars. These students receive training in leadership skills they can use for the rest of their life. Many former officers have used their ROTC leadership skills to become successful business or government leaders.

Students enrolled in ROTC programs do not join the Army. Instead, they take ROTC classes for credit while pursuing a regular college degree. Upon successful completion of the program, cadets become commissioned officers in the United States Military.


US Army ROTC minor

The US Army ROTC minor consists of 18 semester hours. Students take Theories & Models of Leadership, as well as 15 hours of electives such as Foundations of Officership, Basic Leadership, and Leadership & Teamwork.

Concentration

The US Army ROTC concentration consists of 12 semester hours. Courses include Theories and Models of Leadership and nine hours of electives.

The Air Force ROTC concentration consists of 16 hours. Courses include Foundations of the United States Air Force, the Evolution of Air Space & Power, and Air Force Leadership Studies.