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Joint Military Studies Minor

College of Business Administration
Academic Advising Office
Room 107, Business Administration Building
Tel: 330-672-2872
Web: www.kent.edu/business

Leadership styles, organizational structure and behavior and a global perspective form the common ground between the military and business. The Military Studies minor enhances junior leader development and success in an increasingly competitive world. Please note it is not limited only to those students enrolled in one of the military’s pre-conditioning programs (Air Force or Army ROTC).

MILITARY STUDIES MINOR REQUIREMENTS (18 credits)   
Course    Title    Credits   
Choose 18 credit hours from the list of courses below with all of the following rules applied:
  • At least 6 credit hours taken at the junior or senior (30000 or 40000) level
  • At least 3 credit hours taken from HIST
  • At least 4 credit hours from ASTU or MSCI (military branch different than one student is pursuing)
  • At least a minimum grade of "C" must be earned in all courses
18   
Aerospace Studies

ASTU    10101    Foundations of U.S. Air Force I (1)

10102    Foundations of U.S. Air Force II (1)     
20101    Air Power I (1)     
20102    Air Power II (1)     

30101    Leadership Studies I (3)   

30102    Leadership Studies II (3)     
40101    Defense Studies I (3)     
40102    Defense Studies (3)     
Military Science    
MSCI    10180    Introduction to Leadership I (1)     
10191    Leadership Seminar I (1)     
10185     Introduction to Leadership II (1)     
20181    Leadership Assessment I (2)     
20191    Leadership Seminar II (1)     
20183    Leadership Assessment II (2)     
20196     Individual Research (1)     

30160    Leadership Development (3)   

30170    Organizational Leadership (3)     
40160    Military Management and Ethics (3)     
40170    The Professional Military Officer, Management and Law (3)     
Military History

HIST    31024    World War II (3)     
31030    NATO: The Enduring Alliance (3)

31052    History of Modern France (3)     
31118    Vietnam War (3)     
31126    History of the Middle East (3)     
41017    Seventeenth Century Europe (3)     
41024    Modern European History 1914-1945 (3)     
41045    Modern Russia, 1917-Present (3)     
41051    Politics, Culture and Society of 20th Century Europe(3)     
41057    Eighteenth-Century America: 1714-1789 (3)     
41065    Sectional Conflict and Civil War (3)     
41066    Reconstruction of the Later South (3)     
41084    U.S. Foreign Relations from 1920 (3)     
41087    Progressive America: The United States, 1896-1919 (3)     
41129    The Holocaust: The Destruction of European Jewry, 1938-1945(3)     
POL    40530    Politics of War (3)     
40840    Comparative Foreign Policy (3)     
40930    U.S. Foreign Policy (3)     
TOTAL    18   

Additional Notes:
A minor in Joint Military Studies is open to any student. The Professor of Military Science and Professor of Aerospace Studies as appropriate grant access to junior and senior level courses for non-ROTC students who are pursuing a Joint Military Studies minor and who are not contracted ROTC students.

A minor in Joint Military Studies allows students who have completed specialized ROTC courses to receive credit for this training. Normally the ROTC courses are applied as electives within a degree program. A minor provides proof on a student's transcript that they have specialized in the area of Joint Military Studies.

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