Sep 22, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin

Military Training Courses


Military Training Courses

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is available to Montevallo students through a cooperative program with Samford University. Students enrolling in Air Force ROTC courses will attend classes on the Samford University campus. The AFROTC provides college men and women the opportunity to attain a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force upon graduation from college.

Additional Information

For additional information about Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps programs available to Montevallo students, contact:

Unit Admissions Officer, Samford University
AFROTC Building, 800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, AL 35229
Phone: (205) 726-2859
website: http://www.samford.edu/departments/air-force-rotc/

Curriculum

For complete descriptions of Air Force ROTC courses, refer to the Courses of Instruction  section of this Bulletin.

Air Force ROTC Courses

  • AFRC 101  - The Air Force Today I
  • AFRC 101L  - Air Force ROTC Leadership Lab
  • AFRC 102  - The Air Force Today II
  • AFRC 201  - Development of Air Power I
  • AFRC 202  - Development of Air Power II
  • AFRC 300  - Field Training
  • AFRC 301  - Air Force Leadership and Management I
  • AFRC 302  - Air Force Leadership and Management II
  • AFRC 401  - National Security Policy I
  • AFRC 402  - National Security Policy II

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps

The Army ROTC office is located on the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) campus. Under the Cooperative Exchange Program and a partnership agreement, University of Montevallo students are eligible to participate.

ROTC is a program of leadership and skills training. Through hands-on training and classroom instruction by experienced, active-duty Army officers and Non-commissioned officers, men and women in ROTC develop invaluable skills that may enable them to rise above their peers in a professional civilian or military career. Students not only learn military skills, they learn how to lead, as well as how to organize and manage people, things, and tasks.

Qualified students may earn a commission as a Second Lieutenant with the opportunity to serve either full time in the active Army or part time in the National Guard or U.S. Army Reserve. Students compete for valuable two- and three-year, and other special ROTC scholarships.

Additional Information

For additional information about the Army ROTC program available to Montevallo students, contact:

UAB Army ROTC
501 12th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35294-4490
Phone: (205) 934-7215
website: https://www.uab.edu/armyrotc/

Curriculum

For complete descriptions of Army ROTC courses, refer to the Courses of Instruction  section of this Bulletin.

Army ROTC Courses

  • ARRC 101  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 102  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 103   - Military Science I
  • ARRC 201  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 202  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 203  - Leadership and Management
  • ARRC 204  - Rangers
  • ARRC 301  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 302  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 303  - Military Science III
  • ARRC 327  - American Military History
  • ARRC 401  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 402  - Military Leadership
  • ARRC 403  - Military Science IV
  • ARRC 405  - Applied Army Leadership