Catalog 2021-2022

Aerospace Studies

Degree Requirements

Students seeking a minor in aerospace studies must complete 16 credit hours of study.

AFR 3220Leading People and Effective Communication Part I (3)

3

AFR 3231Leading People and Effective Communication Part II (3)

3

AFR 4201National Security, Leadership Responsibilities and Commissioning Preparation Part I (3)

3

AFR 4211National Security, Leadership Responsibilities and Commissioning Preparation Part II (3)

3

The remaining hours of study must be a combination of 4 credit hours from any of the following courses:

AFR 1101Heritage and Values Part I (1)

1

AFR 1120Heritage and Values Part II (1)

1

AFR 2130Team and Leadership Fundamentals Part I (1)

1

AFR 2140Team and Leadership Fundamentals Part II (1)

1

MSL 101Leadership and Personal Development

2

MSL 102Introduction to the Profession of Arms

2

MSL 201 Leadership and Decision Making

2

MSL 202Army Doctrine and Team Development

2

MSL 203American Military History

4

MSL 210Basic Leadership Laboratory

0

MSL 301 Training Management and the Warfighting Functions

3

MSL 302Applied Leadership in Small Unit Operations

3

MSL 401The Army Officer

3

MSL 402Company Grade Leadership

3

HIS 225The Age of the Civil War

4

HIS 300The Modern Middle East and North Africa

4

MGT 330Principles of Management

4

or

MGT 340Human Resource Management

4

Total Credit Hours: 16

Additional requirements: In order for a student to enter the program, a minimum HS CGPA of 3.0 or college CGPA of 2.5 along with a SAT of 950 or ACT of 20 are required. Grades less than “C/D” or “S” from other institutions will not be accepted. Students may not use credit through exam, internship or independent study for application to the minor.

AFR 2940 Basic Aerospace Internship is an AFROTC field training program requiring cadets to complete a two-week term of evaluation under the guidance of Air Force staff. This requires selection and permission of the Professor of Aerospace Studies.