General Military Course, 4-Year Program Only
The first two years of the four-year program constitute the General Military Course (GMC). GMC courses are open to any university student. Students enrolling in these courses do not incur any military service obligation. (Exception: Air Force scholarship recipients incur a commitment at the beginning of their sophomore year.) The GMC curriculum consists of four one-credit Aerospace Studies courses; a non-credit leadership laboratory each semester, which introduces students to U.S. Air Force history and environment, customs, courtesies, drill and ceremonies, and leadership skills; and Physical Training (PT) twice weekly.
Recommended 4-Year Course Sequence Leading to a Commission in the United States Air Force
The General Military Course (GMC) Consists of four one-credit courses which are introductory in nature and open to freshmen or sophomores. Student enrolling in these courses do not incur any military service obligation (Exception: Air Force scholarship recipients incur a commitment at the beginning of their sophomore year.) Course credit value are shown with each course.
|First Semester||Second Semester|
of the USAF I
of the USAF II
|AS 103||Leadership Laboratory||0||AS 104||Leadership Laboratory||0|
|Third Semester||Fourth Semester|
|AS 201||Evolution of USAF
Air & Space Power I
|1||AS 202||Evolution of USAF
Air & Space Power II
|AS 203||Leadership Laboratory||0||AS 204||Leadership Laboratory||0|
Variations in the above schedule are possible. Sophomores with no AFROTC experience can enroll in both the one-credit freshman and sophomore courses (our "dual-enrollee" program).
Summer Field Training
|4-Week AFROTC Field Training|
|AS 240||4-week AFROTC