AS 100 - The Foundations of the United States
Air Force - 2 Credit Hours/semester
This is a survey course designed to introduce students
to the United States Air Force and provides
an overview of the basic characteristics, missions,
and organization of the Air Force.
AS 200 - The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power
- 2 Credit Hours/semester
This course features topics on Air Force
Heritage and leaders; introduction to air power
through examination of the Air Force Core Functions;
and continued application of communication skills.
Its purpose is to instill an appreciation of the
development and employment of air power and to
motivate sophomore students to transition from AFROTC
cadet to AFROTC officer candidate.
AS 300 - The United States Air Force Leadership Studies
- 3 Credit Hours/semester
This course teaches cadets advanced skills
and knowledge in management and leadership.
Special emphasis is placed on enhancing leadership skills.
Cadets have an opportunity to try out these leadership
and management techniques in a supervised environment
as juniors and seniors.
AS 400 - National
Security Affairs/Preparation for Active
Duty - 3 Credit Hours/semester
This course is designed for college
seniors and gives them the foundation to
understand their role as military officers
in American society. It is an overview of
the complex social and political issues facing
the military profession and requires a measure
of sophistication commensurate with the senior
Leadership Laboratory (LLAB) is a dynamic
and integrated grouping of leadership developmental activities designed to meet the needs
and expectations of prospective Air Force Second Lieutenants and complement the AFROTC
academic program. It is a student planned, organized, and executed practicum conducted
under the supervision of the Detachment Commander and Operations Flight Commander.
As an AS 100 cadet, the focus of LLAB is to promote the Air Force
way of life and help effectively recruit and retain qualified cadets.
AS 200 cadets' training will focus on ensuring they are mentally and physically
prepared for the rigorous Field Training (FT) environment.
AS 300 cadets will be given the opportunity to further develop the leadership
and followership skills learned at FT. Cadet positions will provide the
opportunity to sharpen their planning, organizational, and communication skills.
AS 400 cadets will be given additional opportunities to develop leadership and
supervisory capabilities and prepare for their first active duty assignment.