Military Science

Advanced Placement

Although Army ROTC is often considered a four-year course of instruction, a program is available to allow students to complete ROTC in just two years. Students must have two years of course work remaining to complete degree requirements upon entering the Advanced Placement program. Under the two-year program, students who attended a junior or community college, students at four-year institutions who have not taken ROTC during their first two years of undergraduate study, and students entering a two-year postgraduate course of study may enroll in the ROTC program.

In addition, students who have past military experience may participate in this program. Students who are awarded advanced placement may go directly into the ROTC Advanced Course. In order to qualify for Advanced Course placement, the applicant must fulfill one of the following requirements: