Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) Program
Instructor — Christopher Bringer, Major
E-mail: email@example.com; Phone: (920) 403-6552
Military science is concerned primarily with developing leadership competence for success in civilian and military occupations. Students who want to develop such skills pursue studies in military science in addition to their majors and minors. Students register for these courses at UW-Green Bay and the classes are conducted at St. Norbert College.
Military science consists of a core curriculum of military skills and professional knowledge integrated in both basic and advanced courses. While the ultimate purpose of this collection of courses is to provide college-trained officers for the U.S. Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard, it supports University goals by emphasizing personal depth and developing qualities necessary for leadership in civilian occupations as well.
The program is conducted by the Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC). It typically is a four-year program. Completing the course provides opportunities for full- or part-time careers as officers in the U.S. Army, Army National Guard, or Army Reserve.