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Military Science

About the Military Science (ROTC) Program

Offered through the Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation, Spring Arbor University students may participate in Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) through the Army; students completing either ROTC program will receive an officer commission upon graduation. Army ROTC students may also receive a minor in Military Science and Leadership. Army ROTC courses listed below may be offered on Spring Arbor University’s main campus or at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Spring Arbor University has agreed that credits from courses in this “cross-town” program may be used as elective credits and can appear on Spring Arbor transcripts. Further information for the ROTC programs may be obtained from the respective addresses below:

Department of Military Science
Eastern Michigan University
18 Roosevelt Hall
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Other majors and minors within the Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation are:

Courses and Course Descriptions

The 23-hour military science minor requires such courses as foundations of officership, individual leadership studies, leadership and teamwork, leadership and ethics, officership, and military history. See the course descriptions for these and other related courses at Spring Arbor University in the undergraduate catalog.