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Course Descriptions for Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Classes

AMR 1112 FOUNDATIONS OF OFFICERSHIP - 2 hrs. Prerequisite: Approval of Military Science Faculty. Introduction to leadership and the Armed Forces. Course topics include small group leadership, decision making, team building, first aid, problem solving, and adventure training such as rappelling and paintball. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

AMR 1122 BASIC LEADERSHIP – 2 hrs. Prerequisite: Approval of Military Science Faculty. Fundamental leadership and training techniques. Exposure to military skills and traditions and practical application of leadership and problem solving. Study areas include adventure training, map reading, military customs, and leadership concepts. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

AMR 2113 INDIVIDUAL LEADERSHIP STUDIES – 3 hrs. Prerequisite: AMR 1112, 1122 or approval of the Professor of Military Science Faculty. Develop individual leadership skills. Apply problem solving, communication and conflict resolution skills. Teach basic leadership skills and squad tactics. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

AMR 2123 LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK – 3 hrs. Prerequisites: AMR 1112, 1122, AMR 2113 or approval of Military Science Faculty. An Application of leadership action skills with emphasis on beliefs, values, ethics, counseling techniques and group interaction skills. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

 

 

For More Information Contact

SFC Tony Shackleford
tcshackleford@nemcc.edu
662-720-7434