Air Force / Army ROTC

SLCC acts as a conduit to the University of Utah ROTC programs. Students can register for University courses through SLCC, but take them on the University campus. The Air Force (AERO) and Army (MLS) both have four-year programs at the University. Students register for the first two years through SLCC then transfer their credits. You must be a full-time student at SLCC (12 minimum credit hours) in order to participate in the Air Force ROTC courses.

Courses

As Approved by Instructor--Basic Independent Study

MLS 2950
A course of study that combines key elements of MLS 1000/2000 level courses. The purpose is to qualify students for advanced course. This course is for students who have missed one semester of MLS...

Fall Semester--Airpower History I

AERO 2010
This course traces the development of various concepts of air power employment, emphasizing factors that have prompted research and technological change.

Fall Semester--Foundation of Leadership I

MLS 2010
Development of leadership and management skills through practical exercises, adventure training, and basic military training.

Fall Semester--Foundations of USAF I

AERO 1010
This course focuses on development, organization and doctrine of the United States Air Force, emphasizing strategic force requirements.

Fall Semester--General Military Leadership Lab I

AERO 1110
This course studies and reviews Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Students are also introduced to drill and ceremonies in today’s Air Force.

Fall Semester--General Military Leadership Lab III

AERO 2110
This course prepares students to apply Air Force standards, customs and courtesies within this service branch. Drill and ceremonies leadership, along with an introduction to review and honors are...

Fall Semester--Introduction to Leadership I

MLS 1010
Acquaints students with leadership, management, and life skills. Builds self-confidence through Army adventure training. Introduces students to the Army culture and lifestyle through basic soldier...

Spring Semester--Airpower History II

AERO 2011
This course traces the development of various concepts of air power employment, emphasizing factors that have prompted research and technological change.

Spring Semester--Foundation of Leadership II

MLS 2020
Continued progressive development of leadership and management skills. Implementation of decision-making procedures in a classroom and field environment. Practical application in leadership...

Spring Semester--Foundations of USAF II

AERO 1011
This class analyzes the development and organization of the United States Air Force, defensive forces, general purpose forces and tactical air forces.

Spring Semester--General Military Leadership Lab II

AERO 1111
This course studies and reviews Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Students are also introduced to drill and ceremonies in today’s Air Force.

Spring Semester--General Military Leadership Lab IV

AERO 2111
This course examines various Air Force standards, customs and courtesies. Drill and ceremonies leadership, introduction to review and honors also are discussed.

Spring Semester--Introduction to Leadership II

MLS 1020
Continued leadership development and confidence building through practical exercises.

Spring Semester--Physical Readiness

MLS 1060
A concentrated physical training program to prepare students for the rigors of military service.

Spring Semester--Ranger Challenge

MLS 2090
A course for cadets who would like additional training or has been recommended by their instructor. Usually taught Spring, but can change, as necessary.