MS 004C - Developing Adaptive LeadersSemester Hours: 3
This course begins with a series of lessons designed to enable the student to make informed career decisions to prepare them in their transformation from cadet to commissioned officer. Lessons concentrate on Army operations and training management, communications and leadership skills and support the beginning of the final transition from cadet to lieutenant. The course enables the student, early in the year; to attain knowledge and proficiency in several critical areas needed to operate effectively as an Army officer. These areas include: the Army’s training management system, coordinating activities with staffs, and counseling skills. The introduction of these subjects early in the semester has the added benefit of preparing the student to lead the cadet battalion throughout the remainder of the year. While the proficiency attained in each of these areas will initially be at the apprentice level, the student will continue to sharpen these skills as they perform roles as a cadet officer in the ROTC battalion and as a new lieutenant after commissioning. At the end of this semester students will possess the fundamental skills, attributes, and abilities to operate as competent leaders in the cadet battalion and confidently shoulder the responsibilities entrusted to them. Students must participate in leadership positions throughout all Leadership Labs and during the Leadership Weekend exercise. The course meets twice per week.
Completion of the Basic Course and the MS III year.
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