Lindenwood University



Military Science (ROTC)


Program Description
Lindenwood University has an agreement with Washington University that makes the Army ROTC Basic courses available to qualified Lindenwood students. This program enables students to earn appointment as commissioned officers in the United States Army. Students interested in pursuing this opportunity should consult with the Lindenwood ROTC advisor or the Military Science Chair, Associate Professor G. Paul Corbin (Lt. Col. MO Army National Guard Ret.)
Required courses include:
MS 10100 Introduction to ROTC
MS 10200 Introduction to Leadership
MS 20100 Self/Team Development
MS 20200 Individual /Team Military Tactics
MS 30100 Leading Small Organizations I
MS 30200 Leading Small Organizations II
MS 40100 Leadership Challenges and Goal-setting
MS 40200 Transition to Lieutenant
Minor in Military Science
A minor in Military Science may be earned by the completion of 21 hours of coursework: MS 30100, MS 30200,MS 40100, MS 40200 and nine hours from: MS 10100, MS10200, MS 20100, MS 20200, HIS20700, HIS21400, HIS33800, RLS11300 or RLS 12500.

SMP/ROTC:
Simultaneous Membership Program/Reserve Officer Training Corps
This program enables members of the Missouri Army National Guard to participate in ROTC to earn their commission as officers in the U.S. Army, obtain a bachelor’s degree in a field of their choice, and have a guaranteed obligation with the Missouri Army National Guard. Special financial incentives and entitlements are available for these students, see Financial Aid.



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