Enrollment into the ROTC Advance course requires a basis of entry. For students with no prior military experience the options are: basic course completion, Cadet Initial Entry Training (CIET) completion, or the Alternate Entry Option (AEO).

Advanced course

As a junior you begin the advanced course, you'll get to put your newfound management skills to the test as you provide leadership and management to basic course cadets. Of course you'll also continue to get instruction in military tactics, ethics and professionalism. 

You will spend the summer between your junior and senior years attending Cadet Leadership Course (CLC). As a Cadet in the advanced course, your management skills will continue to be sharpened. You'll also teach new ROTC students what you have learned. When you graduate from college you're ready to be a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army.

The following are some of the areas of emphasis for your Junior year: 

  • Command and Staff Functions
  • Nuclear, Biochemical and Chemical Warfare
  • Law of War
  • Weapons
  • Human Behavior
  • Math Reasoning
  • Computer Science
  • Military Operations and Tactics