AIRR-1010 (1) Foundations of the United States Air Force 1

One 1-hour lecture and one 2-hour lab per week. Introduces students to the U.S. Air Force and the USAF officer profession. Uses instructor lectures, filmsand videos, and group activities to examine Air Force issues, officership qualities, and military customs and courtesies. Emphasizes the communication skills necessary for an Air Force officer.

NAVR-1010 (2) Introduction to Naval Science

Introduces the structure, missions, and functions of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Also covers military law, leadership, naval history, and concepts of sea power.

MILR-1011 (2) Adventures in Leadership 1

Introduces fundamentals of leadership and the United States Army. Examines its organization, customs, and history as well as its current relevance and purpose. Students also investigate basic leadership and management skills necessary to be successful in both military and civilian settings. Includes fundamentals of Army leadership doctrine, team-building concepts, time and stress management, an introduction to cartography and land navigation, marksmanship, briefing techniques, and some basic military tactics.

MILR-1021 (2) Adventures in Leadership 2

Continues the investigation of leadership in small organizations. Covers selected topics such as basic troop leading procedures, military first aid and casualty evacuation concepts, creating ethical work climates, an introduction to Army organizations and installations, and a further examination of basic military tactics. Introduces students to effective military writing styles.

ATLS-1220 (4) Virtual Worlds: An Introduction to Computer Science

Introduces the fundamental principles of computer science using an on-line virtual world called Second Life as the "Laboratory" for the course. Students will learn how to program by creating objects of interest in Second Life. In-class and in-world discussions and readings will introduce the student to important ideas and concepts that shape the field of computer science. Same as CSCI 1220.

ATLS-1240 (3) The Computational World

Introduces and explores the "Computational style of thinking" and its influence in science, mathematics, engineering and the arts. The course does not focus on the nuts and bolts of any particular programming language, but rather on the way in which computing has affected human culture and thought in the past half century. Same as CSCI 1240.

ATLS-1710 (3) Tools and Methods for Engineering Computing

Designed for students with little or no programming background. Students learn procedural and object-oriented programming through development of games, simulations, and animations using Flash/Actionscript, VB/Excel, Java, MATLAB, and real-world applications. Activities are oriented toward smaller projects that address topics in beginning science, engineering, and mathematics courses. Students gain practical, applicable skills. Same as APPM 1710.

PRLC-1810 (3) Ethical Leadership

Introduces fundamental principles of leadership and ethics. Emphasizes application of the principles for self-development and organizational effectiveness. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: ideals and values.

PRLC-1820 (3) Community Issues in Leadership

Explores challenges to leadership at the community level such as drug abuse, poverty, decline of infrastructure, care of the aged, etc. Gives particular attention to the development of effective leadership responses to community difficulties at university, city, state, and national levels. Approved for GT-SS3. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: contemporary societies.

ATLS-2000 (3) The Meaning of Information Technology

Surveys the history of information technologies and modern techniques of information production, storage, transmission, and retrieval. Emphasizes understanding not only the technological transformations in interpersonal, organizational, and mass communication, but also the technological, social and political changes that underlie the movement toward a digital society. HUEN 2020 is restricted to ENGR majors only. ATLS 2000 is restricted to TAM students. ATLS 2000 and HUEN 2020 are the same course.

AIRR-2010 (1) The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power 1

One 1-hour lecture and one 2-hour lab per week. Studies air power from balloons and dirigibles through the jet age and historically reviews air power employment in military and nonmilitary operations in support of national objectives. Looks at the evolution of air power concepts and doctrine and introduces the development of communicative skills.

NAVR-2020 (3) Seapower and Maritime Affairs

Studies the importance of seapower in history including naval, maritime, and other commercial uses of the sea. Emphasizes significant milestones in the history of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps and their role in the national strategies and policies of the United States.

MILR-2031 (3) Methods of Leadership and Management 1

Comprehensively reviews advanced leadership and management concepts including motivation, attitudes,communication skills, problem solving, human needs and behavior, and leadership self development. Students continue to refine effective written and oral communications skills and to explore topics such as the basic branches of the Army, and officer and NCO duties. Students conduct classroom and practical exercises in small unit light infantry tactics and are prepared to perform as midlevel leaders in the cadet organization.

ATLS-2036 (3) Introduction to Media Studies

Serves as an introduction to media studies, including theories and methodologies for undertaking media scholarship within the humanities. Topics may include the history of the book, text messaging, blogging, and gaming, as well as digital fiction and poetry. Same as ENGL 2036.

MILR-2041 (3) Methods of Leadership and Management 2

Focuses on leadership and management functions in military and corporate environments. Studies various components of Army leadership doctrine to include the four elements of leadership, leadership principles, risk management and planning theory, the be-know-do framework, and the Army leadership evaluation program. Continue to refine communication skills.

PRLC-2810 (3) Global Issues in Leadership

Examines the challenges of leadership posed by changeand major global issues affecting everyone. Explores issues such as human rights, hunger, disease, large-scale collective violence, and environmental deterioration with a special emphasis on effective, long-term leadership strategies.

PRLC-2820 (3) Multilevel Issues in Leadership

Studies multilevel issues that originate in organizational settings but carry community and global implications. Encourages students to fully explore the complexity and interrelatedness of issues with a special emphasis on leadership and ethical implications. Same as LDSP 2820.

PRLC-2930 (3) Leadership Internship

Students analyze the leadership styles within a host organization, examine how successfully an organization fulfills its mission, and further refine their own theories of what constitutes effective leadership.Students also complete a meaningful project over the course of the internship. Prereqs., PRLC 1810, PRLC 1820, and PRLC 2820.

AIRR-3010 (3) Air Force Leadership Studies I

Two 1 1/2-hour seminars plus one 2-hour lab per week.Provides an integrated management course emphasizingconcepts and skills required by the successful manager and leader. Includes individual motivational and behavioral processes, leadership, communication, and group dynamics while providing foundation for the development of the junior officer's professional skills (officership). Emphasizes decision making and use of analytic aids in planning, organizing and controlling in a changing environment. Discusses organizational and personal values (ethics), management of change, organizational power, politics, managerial strategy, and tactics within the context of military organization. Uses actual Air Force case studies throughout the course to enhance the learning and communication process.

ATLS-3010 (3) Digital Media 1

Introduces techniques, software, and related conceptsof digital design and image making through individual and group projects. Emphasizes digital animation, digital audio, digital video and website design and development as a means to formal and expressive ends. Introduces students to critical readings and theories related to digital media practice. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Prereq., ATLS 2000. Restricted to TAM students.

AIRR-3020 (3) Air Force Leadership Studies II

Two 1 1/2-hour seminars and one 2-hour lab per week. Continuation of AIRR 3010. Emphasizes basic managerial processes while employing group discussions, case studies, and role playing as learning devices. Continues to emphasize the development of communicative skills.

ATLS-3020 (3) Digital Media 2

A continuation of Digital Media 1 (ATLS 3010), this course introduces students to advanced digital media development including interactive programming, scripting, and database functionality. Emphasizes a historical and conceptual understanding of programming and computational theories. May be repeated for a total of 6 credit hours. Prereq., ATLS 2000 and ATLS 3010. Restricted to students with minor in Technolgy, Arts & Media (MTAM). Prerequisites: Restricted to students with minor in Technology, Arts, and Media (MTAM).

NAVR-3020 (3) Naval Operations and Seamanship

Examines the Inland and International Rules of the Nautical Road, including court interpretations, principles of relative motion and vector analysis with the maneuvering board, ship handling procedures, weather, communications, tactical operations, and maritime law.