The mission of San Diego State University Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is to produce leaders for the Air Force and build better citizens for America. As a cadet in Air Force ROTC, you'll be working towards a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S.Air Force and learning the skills you need to be a competent Air Force leader.

For assistance with this program please contact the program coordinator at (619) 594-1098.

Courses

2018 Fall2019 Spring2019 Summer
A S 0091A Leadership Laboratory: A S 91A

Designed to prepare junior cadets for positions as leaders and managers of the cadet corps and a commission in the US Air Force. Application of principles of motivation, time management, organizational behavior, and participative group management in solving problems. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies.
Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0091B Leadership Laboratory: A S 91B

Designed to prepare junior cadets for positions as leaders and managers of the cadet corps and a commission in the US Air Force. Application of principles of motivation, time management, organizational behavior, and participative group management in solving problems. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies.
Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
A S 0092A Leadership Laboratory: A S 92A

Designed to prepare junior cadets for positions as leaders and managers of the cadet corps and a commission in the US Air Force. Application of principles of motivation, time management, organizational behavior, and participative group management in solving problems. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0092B Leadership Laboratory: A S 92B

Designed to prepare junior cadets for positions as leaders and managers of the cadet corps and a commission in the US Air Force. Application of principles of motivation, time management, organizational behavior, and participative group management in solving problems. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
A S 0093A Leadership Laboratory: A S 93A

Demonstration laboratory designed to develop leadership and management skills, problem-solving skills, and exercise group planning, organizing and coordinating activities. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0093B Leadership Laboratory: A S 93B

Demonstration laboratory designed to develop leadership and management skills, problem-solving skills, and exercise group planning, organizing and coordinating activities. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
A S 0094A Leadership Laboratory: A S 94A

Demonstration laboratory designed to develop leadership and management skills, problem-solving skills, and exercise group planning, organizing and coordinating activities. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0094B Leadership Laboratory: A S 94B

Demonstration laboratory designed to develop leadership and management skills, problem-solving skills, and exercise group planning, organizing and coordinating activities. Leadership laboratory is open to students who are members of the Reserve Officer Training Corps or who are eligible to pursue a commission as determined by the professor of aerospace studies. Credit earned in this course is not applicable to a bachelor's degree.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
A S 0100A Foundations of the United States Air Force: A S 100A

Introduction to organizational structure, mission of selected military organizations, selected topics that contribute to understanding the Air Force today. Includes professional appearance, customs and courtesies, officership and core values, basic communications, officer opportunities, and benefits.

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Instructors
Sean Bruderer
2019 Spring
A S 0100B Foundations of the United States Air Force: A S 100B

Introduction to organizational structure, mission of selected military organizations, selected topics that contribute to understanding the Air Force today. Includes professional appearance, customs and courtesies, officership and core values, basic communications, officer opportunities, and benefits.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
A S 0200A Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power: A S 200A

Study of air and space power through a historical perspective. Techniques for improving communication, discussion of Air Force heritage, leadership basics. Ethics, values, problem solving, and Air Force core values.

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Instructors
Dennis Tucker
2019 Spring
A S 0200B Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power: A S 200B

Study of air and space power through a historical perspective. Techniques for improving communication, discussion of Air Force heritage, leadership basics. Ethics, values, problem-solving, and Air Force core values.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0233 Field Training Unit

Required for advanced cadets, military orientation and flight familiarization. Credit granted for four- or six-week field training camp on basis of individual student application with approval of Aerospace Studies department chair.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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A S 0300A Air Force Leadership Studies: A S 300A

Air Force leadership and management principles. Responsibility and authority of an Air Force officer, subordinate leadership, ethics, standards of conduct, and officer values. Improving writing, briefing skills, counseling, and feedback process.

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2019 Spring
A S 0300B Air Force Leadership Studies: A S 300B

Air Force leadership and management principles. Responsibility and authority of an Air Force officer, subordinate leadership, ethics, standards of conduct, and officer values. Improving writing, briefing skills, counseling, and feedback process.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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A S 0400A National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty: A S 400A

Role of professional officer in democratic society, socialization within armed services, requisites for adequate national security forces. Political, economic, and social constraints on national defense structure and impact of technological and international developments on defense policy making.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
Taylor Patterson
2019 Spring
A S 0400B National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty: A S 400B

Role of professional officer in democratic society, socialization within armed services, requisites for adequate national security forces. Political, economic, and social constraints on national defense structure and impact of technological and international developments on defense policy making.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Dennis Tucker
2019 Spring
A S 0499 Special Study: A S 499

Practical application of leadership principles.

Course Date(s)
January 23 - May 9
January 23 - May 9
January 23 - May 9
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Instructors
Dennis Tucker