The need for leadership skills in college graduates is being stressed
more and more by industry, business and military. There's no better way
to acquire these skills than with the highly-intensive training
available in the University's ROTC programs.
Army, Air Force and Naval ROTC programs teach students how to lead by
going beyond the classroom with many opportunities for hands-on
training. Students are challenged mentally and physically while they
build self-confidence and develop skills for managing people and tasks.
Students can earn up to full tuition, a monthly living stipend and a
book allowance. Upon program completion, students graduate as
commissioned officers in the U.S. military.
The Army Reserve
Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program is offered through the
University's Department of Military Science and Leadership (MSL). UT's
Army ROTC program is frequently ranked as one of the best in the
nation. The curriculum includes 23 credit hours of instruction. Four-,
three- and two-year scholarships are available to high school seniors
or college freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
The Air Force
Reserve Officers Training Corps (AFROTC) and Naval Reserve Officers
Training Corps (NROTC) programs are offered under an intercampus
agreement with the University of South Florida (USF). The curriculum
includes instruction by active-duty officers during a two- to four-year
period. Four-, three- and two-year scholarships are available for