Courses

Tuition, Credit, and Equipment

Military science and leadership courses are tuition free. Books and equipment are provided by the department. Associated fees assessed for all courses do apply. MSL credit may be applied as free electives toward graduation.  MSL 101L or MSL 102L may be used to meet physical education requirements. Tuition is charged for courses when used to meet physical education requirements.

Academic Year Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior
Fall Semester  MSL-101 and 101L MSL-201 and 201L MSL-301 and 301L MSL-401 and 401L
Spring Semester MSL-102 and 102L MSL-202 and 202L MSL-302 and 302L MSL-402 and 402L

After the junior year of military science, cadets will have to complete a 28-day summer training event called the Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) with pay and travel expenses covered to and from Fort Lewis, Washington. Along with the above courses that are required, military history listed as HIST-460 in the catalog needs to be completed before graduation as well to be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army with a bachelor's degree. For a full listing of these courses, including course descriptions, hours, credits, and prerequisites, please see the School of Mines course catalog.

For a complete listing of Military Science courses, including course descriptions, hours, credits and prerequisites, please see the School of Mines course catalog. Military science courses use the course prefix "MSL"

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If you need assistance with course selection, please contact your academic advisor.