Reyna Tillery

UNT/ROTC

AIR FORCE ROTC PROGRAM

Through the University of North Texas

Students are given the opportunity to participate in the Air Force ROTC program as crosstown students at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.

Students are required to attend an academic class, leadership laboratory and physical training at the University of North Texas once a week during the fall and spring academic semesters.

The AFROTC mission is to develop quality leaders to serve our country as officer in the United States Air Force. As a part of the program, you will prepare yourself to become an Air Force Officer while completing your degree as a college student. Students enroll in AFROTC classes at the same time and in the same manner as other university courses, through their respective university. Students may participate in the four-year or three-year programs.

For more information please visit www.afrotc.unt.edu or email det835@unt.edu

*NOTE* ROTC students will register for ROTC courses through their respective university. Payment for the courses is through the specific university’s Bursar Office by the published payment deadlines.

The courses which may be taken in this AFROTC program are located below.

COURSES IN MILITARY SCIENCE (MLSC)

These are Air Force ROTC courses taughton the campus of  theUniversity of North Texas, Denton, Texas.  Students register and pay for the courses through MyLeo.  Directions to UNT

Aerospace Studies, AERO

1030-1040. The Foundation of the United States Air Force. 1 hour each. (1;1) Survey of the structure and missions of Air Force organizations; officership and professionalism; and an introduction to communication skills.

2030-2040. The Evolution of the U.S.A.F. Air and Space Power. 1 hour each. (1;1) Focus on factors contributing to the development of air power from the earliest beginnings through two world wars; the evolution of air power concepts and doctrine; the global war on terrorism; and an assessment of communicative skills.

2920. Cooperative Education in Aerospace Studies. 1–3 hours. Supervised work in a job directly related to the student’s major, professional field of study or career objective. Prerequisite(s): student must meet employer’s requirements and have consent of department chair. May be repeated for credit.

3310-3320. Leadership Studies. 4 hours each. (3;1) Study of leadership and management fundamentals, professional knowledge, leadership ethics and communication skills required of an Air Force officer. Case studies are used to examine Air Force leadership and management situations as a means of demonstrating and exercising practical application of the concepts being studied.

3320. Prerequisite(s): AERO 3310.

4310-4320. National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty. 4 hours each. (3;1) Examines the need for national security, analyzes the evolution and formulation of the American defense policy, strategy, and joint doctrine; investigates the methods for managing conflict; and overview of regional security, arms control and terrorism. Special topics of interest focus on the military as a profession, officership, the military justice system, civilian control of the military, preparation for active duty, and current issues affecting military professionalism.

4310. Prerequisite(s): AERO 3310 and 3320.

4320. Prerequisite(s): AERO 3310, 3320 and 4310.

4920. Cooperative Education in Aerospace Studies. 1–4 hours. Supervised work in a job directly related to the student’s major, professional field of study or career objective. Prerequisite(s): 12 hours credit in aerospace studies; student must meet employer’s requirements and have consent of department chair. May be repeated for credit.