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Air Force ROTC

The following are offered by San Jose State University. See also http://info.sjsu.edu/web-dbgen/catalog/departments/AS.html.

AS 001A,B. The Foundation of the United States Air Force

Freshman year. Introduces students to the Air Force and AFROTC. The characteristics, missions, and organization of the Air Force. Officership and professionalism, career opportunities, military customs and courtesies, and communication skills. Required leadership lab.

AS 002A,B. The Evolution of the United States Air And Space Power

Sophomore year. Air and space power through historical study and analysis. The capabilities, function, and doctrinal employment of aerospace forces. Emphasis is on oral and written communication skills. Required leadership lab.

AS 131A,B. Air Force Leadership Studies

Junior year. Leadership, management fundamentals, professional knowledge, Air Force personnel system, ethics, and communication skills. Application-level knowledge of skills required of junior Air Force officer through case studies, practical exercises, and seminar discussion. Required leadership lab. Prerequisites: AS 001A,B, AS 002A,B, or as determined by department chair.

AS 141A. National Security Affairs

Senior year. The national security process, international and regional relations, advanced leadership ethics, and Air Force doctrine with focus on the military as a profession, officership, military justice, civilian control of the military, and current issues affecting military professionalism. Required leadership lab. Pre- or corequisites: AS 131A, or as determined by department chair.

AS 141B. Preparation for Active Duty

Senior year. The role of the Air Force officer in contemporary society emphasizing skills to facilitate a smooth transition from civilian to military life. Required leadership lab. Pre- or corequisites: AS 131A,B, or as determined by department chair.

Leadership Laboratory (LLAB)

Mandatory. Hands-on. Drill and ceremony; Air Force customs and courtesies; leadership and followership skills. Guest speakers.

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