San Diego State University Army ROTC Aztec Battalion serves the Greater San Diego area in order to train cadets/students to become future officers in our armed forces as well as leaders in the professional business world.

For assistance with this program please contact the program coordinator at (619) 594-4943.
Estimated Cost Estimated Cost
$72 Per Unit
Completion Time Min. Completion Time
1 Semester
Course Format Course Format
In Person

Courses

2019 Summer2019 Fall2020 Spring
2019 Fall
MIL S 0096 Leadership Laboratory: MIL S 96
Application of individual skills and military tasks appropriate to a small unit leader. Prepares cadets for higher level leadership positions. Emphasis is on performance in leader roles which includes instruction. Maximum credit two units. Credit earned in this course not applicable to a bachelor's degree.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Michael Floor
2019 Fall
MIL S 0101 Leadership and Personal Development
Structure, organization, and missions of US Army. Preparation and development for officer status.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Angel Martinez
MIL S 0102 Introduction to Tactical Leadership
Officer leadership, development, and functions. Emphasizing command responsibilities for basic foundation of military fundamentals.
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Instructors
Jason Martos
2019 Fall
MIL S 0110 United States Military History
Focus on military history from the colonial period through the current operational environment.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Frank Marscelli
2019 Fall
MIL S 0201 Innovative Team Leadership
Scientific approach to leadership theory and its applicability to military settings through study of human behavior and leadership models at individual and group levels using simulations, case studies, and diagnostic instruments.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Luke Siebach
MIL S 0202 Foundations of Tactical Leadership
Leadership at organizational level with application to military settings with emphasis on developing leader skills and examination of theories and concepts of civil-military relations, using simulations, case studies, and diagnostic instruments.
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Benjamin Serrano
2019 Fall
MIL S 0299 Special Study: MIL S 299
Individual study. Maximum credit six units.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Angel Martinez
2019 Fall
MIL S 0301 Adaptive Tactical Leadership
Techniques and skills required of military leaders. Military methods of instruction, review of essential map reading skills and case studies of military leadership techniques. MIL S 302. Leadership in changing environments.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Jason Martos
MIL S 0302 Leadership in Changing Environments
Current tactical doctrine and military techniques of planning and coordination required to apply doctrine to small unit operations.
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2019 Fall
MIL S 0401 Developing Adaptive Leaders
Leadership and management problems encountered in a midlevel sized organization. Role of junior officer. Prepares senior cadets for positions as leaders and managers of resources at platoon/company level.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Scot Hodgdon
MIL S 0402 Leadership in a Complex World
Military justice system as it has evolved from international law principles and established national security policies. History of military law, philosophy and structure of system to include court-martial ethics and decision-making.
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Instructors
Scot Hodgdon
2019 Fall
MIL S 0499 Special Study: MIL S 499
Individual study. Maximum credit six units.
Course Date(s)
August 26 - December 13
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Instructors
Scot Hodgdon