Aerospace Studies Programs
The following programs are designed to provide students with a good military and leadership foundation so students completing them can serve as effective Air Force officers. They are not designed to be academic majors and thus no bachelor's degree is offered.
For a student to receive an Air Force commission, he or she must have completed either the Four-Year Program or the Two-Year Program. Students may enter the program at points other than the two and four year points, however this requires a specialized academic program and department head approval. Contact the department head for more information. Prior-service students should consult the department to find out what course of study will be required for them.
|AERO 101||Foundations of the U.S. Air Force||1|
|AERO 102||Foundations of the U.S. Air Force||1|
|AERO 103||Leadership Laboratory I||2|
|AERO 201||Evolution of U.S. Air Force Air and Space Power||1|
|AERO 202||Evolution of U.S. Air Force Air and Space Power||1|
|AERO 205||Leadership Laboratory II||2|
|AERO 311||Air Force Leadership and Management||3|
|AERO 312||Air Force Leadership and Management||3|
|AERO 313||Leadership Laboratory III||2|
|AERO 411||National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty||3|
|AERO 412||National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty||3|
|AERO 413||Leadership Laboratory IV||2|