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Advanced Course (Junior Year)
MSC 321: Fundamentals of Military Leadership and Training (2 Units)
and case studies, which build leadership competencies and military
skills in preparation for further responsibilities as Army Officers.
Specific instruction in the principles of war, decision-making
processes, planning models, and risk assessment. Advanced leadership
instruction focuses on motivational theory, the role and actions of
leaders, and organizational communications.
MSC 322: Organizational Leaders (2 units)
instruction is given in individual leader development, planning and
execution of small unit operations, individual and team development, and
the Army as a career choice.
MSC 323: Advanced Leadership (2 Units)
course builds upon the previous lessons while introducing advanced
leadership theories on motivation, leader modeling, and the role of a
leader in an organization.
MSC 351, 352, 353: Physical Readiness III (1 Unit)
to the principles of fitness: a fast-paced military-style interval
training class that incorporates calisthenics and an emphasis on a
healthy life style. Students will undergo an evaluation of their
physical fitness level and its progression over the course of the