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Military Education, Air Force 690
Military Education, Army 691
Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
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Military Science Minor
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Uniforms and Allowances
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Military Education, Naval 692
Military Science Minor (Military Science 691N, Naval Science 692N, Aerospace Science 693N, Non-Commissioning 695N)
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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Military Education, Army 691 Military Science Minor  

Military Science Minor


The department offers two options to earn a military science minor: commission track and non-commission track. To declare the minor, notify your academic adviser or the professor of military science. Additionally, students not seeking a commission may take the leadership development lower-division lecture only courses for academic credit only.



Non-Commissioning Track - Army Option (21 credits)


The requirements to complete the non-commission track requirements include the following: basic course components, one course in American military history, and four leadership courses. To apply for the non-commission track minor, notify your academic adviser or the department professor of military science. 

Basic Course:

03:691:101  Foundations of Officership and Basic Leadership (1.5)
03:691:102  Foundations of Officership and Basic Leadership (1.5)

03:691:201  Individual Leadership Studies (1.5)
03:691:202  Individual Leadership Studies (1.5)

One course of American military history: For course descriptions offered by other departments, please refer to the individual department websites.

01:512:240  World War I (3)
01:512:242  World War II (3)
01:512:301  The American Revolution (3)
01:512:303  American Civil War and Reconstruction (3)
01:512:305  U.S. History, 1914-1945 (WWI-WWII) (3)
01:512:306  U.S. History, 1945 to the Present (3)
01:512:347  War, Peace, and the Military of the United States to 1877 (3)
01:512:348  War, Peace, and the Military of the United States since 1877 (3)
01:512:352  American Foreign Policy since 1898 (3)
01:512:354  History of the Cold War (3)
01:790:319  American Foreign Policy (3)
01:790:324  The Causes of War (3)
01:790:323  Defense Policy (3)
01:988:270  War: Critical Perspectives (3)

Four courses from the following, with at least TWO at the 300 level: (may not use the same course to meet this requirement and the previous requirement). For course descriptions offered by other departments, please refer to the individual department websites.

01:713:202  Introduction to Organizational Leadership (3)
01:713:308  Leadership in a Diverse Workplace (3)
01:508:300  The Arab-Israeli Conflict (3)
01:508:306  War and Revolution in Iran and Iraq (3)
01:512:240  World War I (3)
01:512:242  World War II (3)
01:512:301  The American Revolution (3)
01:512:303  American Civil War and Reconstruction (3)
01:512:305  U.S. History, 1914-1945 (WWI-WWII) (3)
01:512:306  U.S. History, 1945 to the Present (3)
01:512:347  War, Peace, and the Military of the United States to 1877 (3)
01:512:348  War, Peace, and the Military of the United States since 1877 (3)
01:512:352  American Foreign Policy since 1898 (3)
01:512:354  American, Russia, and the Cold War (3)
01:730:330  The Ethics of War and Conflict (3)
01:790:319  American Foreign Policy (3)
01:790:323  Defense Policy (3)
01:790:324  The Causes of War (3)
01:790:363  Conflict Resolution in World Politics (3)
01:830:373  Organizational and Personnel Psychology (3) (Prereq: 01:830:101)
01:920:273 OR 01:988:270  War: Critical Perspectives (3)
04:192:101  Introduction to Communication (3)
10:501:360  Principles of Public Management (3)
33:620:370  Managing Diversity in Organizations (3) (Prereq: 33:620:300)
37:575:312  Conflict and Conflict Resolution in the Work Place (3)
 
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