Army ROTC is a program that provides college-trained officers for the U.S. Army, the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve. Scholarships are provided to eligible students, when available. Army ROTC is the college elective that teaches decision-making, management skills, leaderships and discipline that will enhance the student's future success in a military and a civilian career.
|United States Army Cadet Command|
United States Army cadet Command commissions the future officer leadership of The U.S. Army and motivates young people to be better citizens.
|School of Cadet Command|
With its headquarters at Fort Knox, Kentucky, Cadet Command assumes responsibility for more than 400 senior ROTC units, four regional headquarters, and the Junior ROTC with programs in more than 800 high schools.
Minor in Military Science
Admission to Morehead State University (see MSU admission requirements).
MS 101 & 102*
MS 201 & 202*
MS 301 & 302**
MS 339 (summer)
MS 401 & 402**
Military History elective
Requirements Total 23-27 Credit hours
*Includes Leadership Lab
**Includes Advanced Leadership Lab