Army R.O.T.C.

Army ROTC is a college elective program designed to develop individual leadership skills for either a military or civilian career. Husson students can participate in the ROTC program during freshman and sophomore college years without any military obligation.  Credits from ROTC courses can be applied to traditional degree programs like business, criminal justice or nursing.  Students will take classes at Husson during their first two years with some physical fitness at the University of Maine campus in Orono.  Students will join with University of Maine colleagues in their third and fourth years for classes on the Orono campus.  

Army ROTC gives students a wide range of experiences while you work toward your college degree. ROTC combines classroom instruction with hands-on training. The results are skills that give an edge over peers when it comes time to look for a job. Participants may gain scholarship status in their second year and graduate from ROTC as second lieutenants in the Army.

Courses in the program include:

ML 100 - Leadership Laboratory - 0 credit

ML 101 - Foundations of Officership - 1 credit

ML 102 - Basic Leadership - 1 credit

ML 201 - Individual Leadership Studies - 2 credits

ML 202 - Leadership and Teamwork - 2 credits

ML 301 - Leadership and Problem Solving - 3 credits

ML 302 - Leadership and Ethics - 3 credits

ML 350 - Evolution of American Warfare - 3 credits

ML 390 - Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency - 3 credits 

ML 401 - Leadership and Management - 4 credits

ML 402 - Officership - 4 credits

ML 410 - Cadet Troop Leader Training - 3 credits

ML 420 - Cadet Leadership Course - 3 credits

ROTC courses may be applied to degree programs at Husson as follows (individual curriculum assessment will be done for each student):

ML 101 & ML 201 = Open elective credit

ML 102 & ML 202 = Open elective credit

ML 301 = CJ elective, open elective or BA 310 credit

ML 302 = BA 302CJ 330 or open elective credit

ML 350 = Open elective

ML 390 = Open elective 

ML 401 = BA elective, BA 351 or CJ 435 credit

ML 402 = BA elective, CJ elective or open elective credit

ML 410 = BA elective, CJ elective or open elective credit

ML 420 = BA elective, CJ elective or open elective credit