ROTC Curriculum

The ROTC curriculum are courses you will take along with your required college classes. These courses are designed to equip you with the tools, training and experiences to help you succeed in any competitive environment.


MSCI 101: Introduction to the Army and Critical Thinking (2 credits)
MSCI 102: Introduction to the Professional of Arms (2 credits)
MSCI 201: Leadership and Decision Making (2 credits)
MSCI 202: Army Doctrine and Team Development (2 credits)
MSCI 211: American Military History (2 credits)
MSCI 301: Training Management and the Warfighting Functions (4 credits)
MSCI 302: Applied Leadership in Small Unit Operations (4 credits)
MSCI 401: The Army Officer (4 credits)
MSCI 402: Company Grade Leadership (4 credits)

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AS 101 Heritage and Values of the USAF I (1 credit)
AS 102 Heritage and Values of the USAF II (1 credit)
AS 201 Team and Leadership Fundamentals I  (1 credit)
AS 202 Team and Leadership Fundamentals II (1 credit)
AS 301 Leading People and Effective Communication I  (3 credits)
AS 302 Leading People and Effective Communication II (3 credits)
AS 401 National Security Affairs (3 credits)
AS 402 National Security Affairs II & Preparation for Active Duty (3 credits)


Contact Us 

To learn more about the ROTC program at North Central College contact:
Julie Carballo, Assistant Dean for First-Generation, Transfer & Veteran Initiatives
630-637-5155 |

To learn more about Air Force Detachment 195 (AFROTC) contact:
Maj. Hannah Kosirog
312-567-3525 |

To learn more about Rolling Thunder Battalion (Army ROTC) contact:
Nathaniel LaLone, Scholarship & Enrollment Officer Commander
630-752-5121 |

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