Coronavirus Information:
Bradley University will continue on-campus, in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester with limited restrictions.

Course Descriptions

M S 101 - Introduction to the Army and Critical Thinking (1 hour)
Introduction to leadership from perspective of the member of an effective organization. Self-enhancement skills such as time management techniques, problem solving and decision-making processes, and health enrichment actions. Offered each fall.

M S 102 - Introduction to the Profession of Arms (1 hour)
Basic leadership fundamentals, principles, and experiences. Relevant for all organizational leaders. Purpose is to examine how the individual organizational member and the team are affected by leaders and leadership decisions. Offered each spring.

M S 150 - Military Physical Conditioning (0 hours)
Students will learn how to perform basic military physical conditioning and fitness. The course is conducted in a structured military physical fitness training environment with a focus on total body conditioning through cardiorespiratory activities, muscular strength, and endurance training. May be repeated. NOTE: General good health certification from the Bradley Wellness Center. Appropriate athletic apparel, running shoes, and reflective belt.

M S 200 - Leadership Lab (0 hours)
Provides development by practical application of the student's leadership skills through progressive training in planning, execution, and assessment. Registration in AROTC Advanced Course Required. Offered each semester.

M S 201 - Leadership and Decision Making (2 hours)
Provides more in-depth and critical assessment of leadership within American society. Students are challenged to learn and apply leadership principles. Group research projects designed to research, examine, and analyze leaders and leadership within community context.

M S 202 - Army Doctrine and Team Development (2 hours)
Map reading fundamentals; application of land navigation principles using the lensatic compass and terrain association. Provides opportunities to exercise leadership skills to meet established goals and objectives within specific time constraints.

M S 203 - Rotc Leadership Training Course (6 hours)
Provides instruction and practical application on basic military concepts of map reading, tactics, small group operations, weapons, and adventure training. Training is presented off campus at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Provides constructive credit for first two years of ROTC. Consent of instructor required. Pass/Fail only. Offered each summer.

M S 242 - Rotc National Advanced Leadership Camp (6 hours)
Instruction and practical application in field training, demonstration of leadership capabilities, and leadership opportunities of problem analysis, decision making, and troop leading. Training is presented off campus near Seattle, Washington. Registration in AROTC Advanced Course required. Pass/Fail only. Offered each summer.

M S 287 - Independent Study (1-6 hours)
Independent Study

M S 301 - Training Management and the War Fighting Functions (3 hours)
Provides general knowledge and understanding of advanced leadership principles, small unit offensive operations, land navigation, and the operating systems. Offered each fall. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor required

M S 302 - Applied Leadership in Small Unit Operations (3 hours)
Provides knowledge and understanding of advanced combat leadership techniques, small unit defensive operations, patrolling, and land navigation. Offered each spring. Prerequisite: Registration in AROTC and MS 220 or consent of instructor required

M S 401 - The Army Officer (3 hours)
Fundamental concepts of military justice; principles of court-martial and non-judicial punishment; staff principles and procedures in the Army organizational structure. Offered each fall. Prerequisite: Registration in AROTC Advanced Course or consent of instructor required

M S 402 - Company Grade Leadership (3 hours)
Introduction to professionalism and military professional responsibility. Provides students with a capstone experience in leadership studies before their transition to officership. Offered each spring. Prerequisite: Registration in AROTC Advanced Course or consent of instructor required.

HIS 326 - Modern Military Forces and Institutions (3 hours) 
Gen. Ed. SF 
European and American military experiences: 1700 to present.