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MSIII Year

Juniors, known as a MSIII, will act as Squad Leaders and/or Platoon Sergeants, in charge of a squad of underclassmen or an entire platoon. With the help of the other juniors, they will facilitate PT, lab and other important battalion events. This year is the most vital for Cadets, as their leadership is evaluated rigorously in preparation for the Accessions process.

MSL 3301 Adaptive Technical Leadership: 4 semester hours

Study, practice, develop, and evaluate adaptive leadership skills using squad tactical operations scenarios and systematic feedback on leadership attributes and actions. Cadets develop tactical leadership abilities to enable success at the summer Leadership Development and Assessment Course. PREREQ: Contracted MLS student. COREQ: MSL3301L (Fall Semester Only)

MSL 3301L Adaptive Team Leadership Laboratory: 0 semester hours

Practical application of classroom instruction, leadership exercises, adventure training, military skills, and tactical instruction. Military branch and rank orientation is also applied. COREQ: MSL3301 (Fall Semester Only)

MSL 3302 Leadership in Changing Environments: 4 semester hours

Intense situational leadership challenges to build cadet awareness and skills in leading tactical operations up to platoon level. Review aspects of combat, stability, and support operations; conduct military briefings; develop operation orders. Explore, evaluate, and develop skills in decision-making, persuading, and motivating team members in the COE. PREREQ: MSL3301. COREQ: MSL3302L. (Spring Semester Only)

MSL 3302L Leadership in Changing Environments Laboratory: 0 semester hours

Practical application of classroom instruction, leadership exercises, adventure training, military skills, and tactical instruction. Military branch and rank orientation is also applied. COREQ: MSL3302 (Spring Semester Only)

MSL 3310 ROTC Physical Fitness: 1 semester hour

Participate in, plan and lead physical fitness programs. Develop the physical fitness requirements of an officer in the Army. Emphasis on developing an individual fitness program and the role of exercise and fitness in one's life. May be repeated for up to 8 credits by contracted Military Science students. Required if student is on scholarship and/or contracted. COREQ: Enrolled in MSL class. (Fall and Spring Semester)

MSL 3390 Leader Development and Assessment Course LDAC: 6 semester hours

Culmination of MSL 3301 and MSL 3302; Leader Development and Assessment Course at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Required of all contracted students, normally between junior and senior years. PREREQ: MSL 3301 and MSL 3302. (Summer Semester)

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