Curriculum is delivered in accordance with applicable service regulation and instruction.
AS 103 AND AS 104. THE AIR FORCE TODAY
Introduces students to the USAF and AFROTC. Topics include: mission and organization, Air Force heritage, officership and professionalism, military customs and courtesies, Air Force officer opportunities, and communication skills.
AS 203 AND AS 204. THE EVOLUTION OF USAF AIR AND SPACE POWER
Examines air and space power through a historical perspective in addition to fundamental truths associated with war in the third dimension. Additionally, cadets will continue to learn Air Force core values and communication skills.
AS 213 AND AS 214. AIR FORCE LAB FOR AS 203 AND 204
Prepares cadets pursuing an Air Force commission for AFROTC Summer Field Training.
AS 303 AND AS 304. AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
Emphasizes the concepts and skills required by the successful manager and leader. Includes individual motivational and behavioral processes, leadership, communication, and group dynamics, which provide the foundation for developing the junior officer’s professional and officership skills. The fundamentals of management, emphasizing decision making, the use of analytic aids in planning, organizing, and controlling in a changing environment are included. Organizational and personal values (ethics), management of change, organizational power, politics, and managerial strategy and tactics are discussed within the context of the military organization. These courses must be taken with appropriate leadership laboratories.
AS 313 AND AS 314. LEADERSHIP LAB FOR AS 303 AND AS 304
Leadership laboratory activities include experiences in officer-type activities. Military briefings and Air Force case studies are used to help students apply the leadership and management principles of this course. (Cadets who are not seeking a commission must attend LS 350 and LS 351.) These labs must be taken concurrently with the appropriate lecture course. These courses must be taken with appropriate leadership laboratories.
AS 403 AND AS 404. NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS AND PREPARATION FOR ACTIVE DUTY
Examines the formulation, organization, and implementation of national security policy; evolution of strategy; management of conflict; and civil-military interaction. Includes blocks of instruction on the military profession, officership, and the military justice system. Provides future Air Force officers with a background of United States National Security Policy so they can effectively function in today’s Air Force. These courses must be taken with appropriate leadership laboratories.
AS 413 AND AS 414. LEADERSHIP LAB FOR AS 403 AND AS 404
Leadership laboratory activities include advanced leadership experiences in officer-type activities and orientation for initial active duty. (Cadets who are not seeking a commission must attend LS 450 and LS 451.) These labs must be taken concurrently with the appropriate lecture course.