Aerospace Studies (AS)
Introduces students to the United States Air Force and provides an overview of its basic characteristics, missions, and organization.
A study of Air Force customs and courtesies, drill and ceremonies, career opportunities in the Air Force and the life and work of an Air Force officer. An extensive physical fitness program is taught, reinforced and evaluated. Students under contract must pass a physical fitness test each term. Field trips to Air Force installations are usually included.
Provides a fundamental understanding of leadership and team building in the United States Air Force, including leadership, followership, effective communication, problem-solving, and self-assessment.
Utilization of cadets' field training experience to take a more in-depth look at leadership, with special emphasis on enhancing communication skills and their importance for a leader. Cadets practice leadership and management techniques in a supervised environment.
A continuation of AS 3301.
Gives college seniors the foundation to understand their role as military officers and how they are directly tied to our National Security Strategy. Overview of the complex social and political issues facing the military profession.