Dec 06, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Special Academic Programs (EURECA, Honors, IELI, Study Abroad, ROTC)


Special Academic Programs

EURECA (Enhancing Undergraduate Research Endeavors and Creative Activities)

Go to information for EURECA (Enhancing Undergraduate Research Endeavors and Creative Activities).

Courses

MWSU Special Course

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    MWSU 2003 - Creative Inquiry: Interdisciplinary Thinking


    3 (3-0)

    This course is an introduction to inter- and cross-disciplinary academic research. The primary objective of this course is to form a learning community in which all students and the instructor learn, inquire, discover, draw expertise, and get ideas from each other. Emphasis is placed on effective communication of ideas among all participants. Students learn what research is and what it is not, differentiate among various research types, and write a research proposal on a topic approved by the instructor. Since this course is interdisciplinary, students from different disciplines across the campus are expected to participate.

    Core Code: 090B - Undergraduate Inquiry & Creativity


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    MWSU 4000 - Creative Inquiry: Interdisciplinary Thinking


    0 semester hours

    (formerly 4001)

    This course prepares students to apply research techniques across disciplines and to participate in collaborative projects/creative activities with students and faculty mentors.


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UGROW (Undergraduate Research Opportunities and Summer Workshop)

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Redwine Honors Program

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Courses

MWSU Special Course

Intensive English Language Institute

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International Programs

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Courses

MWSU Special Course

Air Force ROTC Program

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Courses

Military Science

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    MLSC 1030 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 1031 - Foundations of the United States Air Force


    1 (1-1)

    Survey of the structure and missions of Air Force organizations; officership and professionalism; and an introduction to communication skills. (AERO 1030, 1040)


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    MLSC 1040 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 1041 - Foundations of the United States Air Force


    1 (1-1)

    Survey of the structure and missions of Air Force organizations; officership and professionalism; and an introduction to communication skills. (AERO 1030, 1040)


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    MLSC 2030 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 2031 - Evolution of the United States Air Force Air and Space Power


    1 (1-1)

    Focus on the development of air power from the earliest beginnings through two world wars; the evolution of air power concepts and doctrine; and assessment of communicative skills. (AERO 2030)


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    MLSC 2040 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 2041 - Evolution of the United States Air Force Air and Space Power


    1 (1-1)

    Focus on concepts that develop officer leadership skills, ethics and values, group problem solving, leadership methods, and communications. (AERO 2040)


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    MLSC 2921 - Cooperative Education in Aerospace


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Student must meet employer’s requirements and have consent of the division chair.

    Supervised work in a job directly related to the student’s major, professional field of study or career objective. (AERO 2920) May be repeated for credit.


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    MLSC 3310 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 3314 - Leadership and Management


    4 (3-1)

    Study of leadership and quality management fundamentals, professional knowledge, leadership ethics and communication skills required of an Air Force officer. Case studies are used to examine Air force leadership and management situations to demonstrate practical application of the concepts being studied. (AERO 3310, 3320)


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    MLSC 3320 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 3324 - Leadership and Management


    4 (3-1)

    Prerequisite(s): MLSC 3314 .

    Study of leadership and quality management fundamentals, professional knowledge, leadership ethics and communication skills required of an Air Force officer. Case studies are used to examine Air force leadership and management situations to demonstrate practical application of the concepts being studied. (AERO 3310, 3320)


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    MLSC 4310 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


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    MLSC 4314 - National Security


    4 (3-1)

    Prerequisite(s): MLSC 3314 , MLSC 3324 .

    Examines the need for national security, analyzes the evolution and formulation of the American defense policy, strategy, and joint doctrine; investigates the methods for managing conflict; and provides an overview of regional security, arms control and terrorism. Special topics include the military as a profession, officership, the military justice system, and current issues affecting military professionalism. (AERO 4310, 4320)


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    MLSC 4320 - Physical Training


    0 semester hours

    These courses enhance the fitness level of cadets, prepare them to meet AFROTC and Air Force standards, motivate cadets to pursue a physically fit and active lifestyle, and improve both the safety and efficiency of physical training within AFROTC.


    Click here for the Spring 2022 Schedule of Classes


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    MLSC 4324 - National Security


    4 (3-1)

    Prerequisite(s): MLSC 4314 .

    Examines the need for national security, analyzes the evolution and formulation of the American defense policy, strategy, and joint doctrine; investigates the methods for managing conflict; and provides an overview of regional security, arms control and terrorism. Special topics include the military as a profession, officership, the military justice system, and current issues affecting military professionalism. (AERO 4310, 4320)


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Courses

MWSU Special Course

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    MWSU 2033 - Information Skills in a Networked Environment


    3 (3-0)

    An introduction to research principles and techniques; will cover the creation and execution of research strategies; the critical evaluation of information; the appropriate use of citations and ethical issues in the field of information gathering commonly useful in academic libraries and other research institutions.


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    MWSU 4451 - Honors Senior Seminar


    1 (1-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior classification and consent of instructor.

    An interdisciplinary seminar designed for honors students who have completed a research topic and/or methods course.  Students will present their completed projects formally and engage in intensive discussions.


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    MWSU 4452 - Honors Senior Seminar


    2 (2-0)

    Prerequisite(s): Senior classification and consent of instructor.

    An interdisciplinary seminar designed for honors students who have completed a research topic and/or methods course.  Students will present their completed projects formally and engage in intensive discussions.  This course is to be taken by students presenting their research in the student forum.


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