ROTC Course Registration

Kutztown University and Penn State University-Berks, Albright University, and Alvernia University Students who are Freshmen and Sophomores will use a Cross Registration form to register for a Lehigh University-offered Military Science (MIL SCI) section which will be taught at the Kutztown University campus. 

Juniors and Seniors will use a Cross Registration form to register for a Lehigh University-offered Military Science (MIL SCI) section which will be taught at Lehigh University (LU).

Curriculum

FRESHMAN YEAR: INTRODUCTION TO THE ARMY

The basic course, normally taken in the freshman and sophomore years, provides training and instruction in leadership, public speaking, and basic military subjects, such as the Army’s role and organizational structure, history and philosophy of the Army, basic tactics, land navigation, first aid, group dynamics, and leadership traits and characteristics. Basic course students incur no military obligation and is only available to freshman and sophomore students.

SOPHOMORE YEAR: LEADERSHIP AND DECISION MAKING

The basic course, normally taken in the freshman and sophomore years, provides training and instruction in leadership, public speaking, and basic military subjects, such as the Army’s role and organizational structure, history and philosophy of the Army, basic tactics, land navigation, first aid, group dynamics, and leadership traits and characteristics. Basic course students incur no military obligation and is only available to freshman and sophomore students.

JUNIOR YEAR: TRAINING MANAGEMENT

The advanced course is normally taken in the junior and senior years. The instruction includes management, military skills, advanced leadership and tactics, logistics, administration, military law, ethics, and professionalism, and includes attendance at the ROTC Cadet Leadership Course (CLC). Students receive subsistence pay during their junior and senior years.

To enroll in the advanced course, an applicant must complete either the basic course or the four-week Cadet Initial Entry Training (CIET); or have received basic course credit for previous military experience.

Note: The Advanced course is a requirement for Scholarship and contracted cadets only and is not offered to participating students.

SENIOR YEAR: THE ARMY OFFICER

The advanced course is normally taken in the junior and senior years. The instruction includes management, military skills, advanced leadership and tactics, logistics, administration, military law, ethics, and professionalism, and includes attendance at the ROTC Cadet Leadership Course (CLC). Students receive subsistence pay during their junior and senior years.

To enroll in the advanced course, an applicant must complete either the basic course or the four-week Cadet Initial Entry Training (CIET); or have received basic course credit for previous military experience.

Note: The Advanced course is a requirement for Scholarship and contracted cadets only and is not offered to participating students.

FALL 2022 Course Schedule
  • FRESHMAN / MSI

    Use the Fall 2022 ROTC Course Schedule for cross-registration class details, location, and number credit hours awarded.

    Schedule Example

    Class

    Class Title

    Class Days

    Class Times

    Physical Training (PT)

    ACFT Prep

    M, T, W

    (F for Remedial PT)

    0545 - 0700

    Class:   Lecture

    Introduction to the Army

    (Taught at KU)

    T

    0800 - 0850

    Class:       Lab

    Introduction to the Army Lab

    (Taught at LU)

    R

    1625 - 1905

  • SOPHOMORE / MSII

    Use the Fall 2022 ROTC Course Schedule for cross-registration class details, location, and number credit hours awarded.

    Schedule Example

    Class

    Class Title

    Class Days

    Class Times

    Physical Training (PT)

    ACFT Prep

    M, T, W

    (F for Remedial PT)

    0545 - 0700

    Class:   Lecture

    Leadership and Decision Making

    (Taught at KU)

    T

    0800 - 0920

    Class:       Lab

    Leadership and Decision Making Lab

    (Taught at LU)

    R

    1625 - 1905

  • JUNIOR / MSIII

    Use the Fall 2022 ROTC Course Schedule for cross-registration class details, location, and number credit hours awarded.

    Schedule Example

    Class

    Class Title

    Class Days

    Class Times

    Physical Training (PT)

    ACFT Prep

    (Conducted at KU and LU)

    M, T, W

    (F for Remedial PT)

    0545 - 0700

    Class:   Lecture

    Training Management

    (Taught at LU)

    Multiple Sections / Multiple Days

    Times vary per section

    Class:       Lab

    Training Management Lab

    (Taught at LU)

    R

    1625 - 1905

  • SENIOR / MSIV

    Use the Fall 2022 ROTC Course Schedule for cross-registration class details, location, and number credit hours awarded.

    Schedule Example

    Class

    Class Title

    Class Days

    Class Times

    Physical Training (PT)

    ACFT Prep

    (Conducted at KU and LU)

    M, T, W

    (F for Remedial PT)

    0545 - 0700

    Class:   Lecture

    The Army Officer

    (Taught at LU)

    Multiple Sections / Multiple Days

    Times vary per section

    Class:       Lab

    The Army Officer Lab

    (Taught at LU)

    R

    1625 - 1905

cross-registration Process
  • All Kutztown, Penn State Berks, Albright and Alvernia students must complete a LVAIC cross-registration form to enroll into LU Military Science courses.

  • Before submitting a LVAIC Cross-Registration form, speak with Steel Battalion ROTC Cadre to confirm which course you should enroll into based on your status.
    • MS Level I - register for MIL 010 course at KU and lab at LU
    • MS Level II - register for MIL 020 course at KU and lab at LU
    • MS Level III - register for MIL 201 course and lab at LU
    • MS Level IV - register for MIL 301 course and lab at LU

  • Complete and sign the LVAIC Cross-Registration Form.
    • Add both Course and Lab information to the form 
    • Add Requested Course on the line provided
      • How to find my course information: See Course Schedule and use the below example for a MS Level I course as a guide.  Make sure you register for your correct MS Level course.
      • Example for MS Level 1: 44600 MIL 010-012 INTRODUCTION TO ARMY AT KU  1  Credit Hours
      • CRN Self Explanatory  | Department MIL | Course Number 010 | Section 012 | Title Self Explanatory | Credit/Unit 1
    • Add LAB for the course under the Requested Course information (no line is provided)
      • Follow above example for instructions on how to find Lab on course schedule and add Lab to cross registration form.

KU Code of Conduct Statement (For Non-KU Students Only)

  • Non-KU Students must also complete and sign a KU Code of Conduct Statement.  This required form allows students from participating schools to use KU facilities as part of the ROTC program.
  • Email Code of Conduct Statement (if applicable) to LU ROTC Coordinator, Ms. Ana Z. Colucci or azc317@lehigh.edu.
  • Need more information, contact Ms. Colucci at 610-758-3275