Air Force ROTC (AFSC) - Undergraduate
AFSC 1201:1202 Foundations of the USAF I, II
Cr. 2. (2-0)
Overall roles and missions of the USAF; career fields available. Emphasis on military customs and courtesies, appearance standards, core values, written and personal communication. Introduction to American military history. Note: These courses are taught on the UH campus in Houston.
AFSC 2201:2202 Evolution of Air Power I, II
Cr. 2. (2-0).
Key historical events and milestones in the development of air power as a primary instrument of the United States national security. Core values and competencies of leaders in the United States Air Force. Tenets of leadership and ethics. Note: These courses are taught on the UH campus in Houston.
AFSC 3301:3302 Air Force Leadership Studies I, II
Cr. 3. (3-3-0).
Leadership, management fundamentals, professional knowledge, Air Force personnel and evaluation systems, and leadership ethics. Case studies of Air Force leadership and management situations. Note: These courses are taught on the UH campus in Houston.
AFSC 3801: Field Training
Cr. 8. (8-0). Prerequisite(s): AFSC 2202 or consent of department chair
No military obligation is associated with this course. Four week off-campus field training practicum. Introduces student to Air Force leadership. Places student in demanding and stressful leadership situations. Note: This course is taught on the UH campus in Houston.
AFSC 4301:4302 National Security Affairs I, II
Cr. 3. (3-3-0).
Evolution of the role of national security in a democratic society with emphasis on policy formation, competing values, and organizations. Civilian control of the military; roles of the services; functions of the Air Force Commands. Note: These courses are taught on the UH campus in Houston.