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Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
Maj. Salter, Assistant Professor of Military Science
(704) 406-2112 (Fax)
Gardner-Webb offers Army ROTC in cooperation with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Military science coursework is offered on the Gardner-Webb campus and there are no additional tuition charges for those participating in this program. ROTC provides world class leadership training opportunities applicable in corporate, executive, and government leadership positions. There are no military obligations for non-contracted students.
Prospective Gardner-Webb students may apply for an Army ROTC Scholarship, which will cover all of the recipient’s tuition and fees. In addition, Gardner-Webb University waives room and board charges for recipients of ROTC Scholarships. Other benefits also accrue to those attending Gardner-Webb on ROTC Scholarships, including monthly stipends and book allotments. Those interested should contact the Admissions Office at Gardner-Webb (704)406-4496, or the Gardner-Webb ROTC Office at (704) 406-4427. Students may elect to receive a minor in military science.
- To provide quality instruction and training that emphasizes and strengthens leadership, management and organizational skills.
- To provide quality instruction and training that develops and strengthens critical thinking, enhances problem solving skills and fosters teamwork.
- To promote and develop good written and oral communication skills.
- To instill and foster the army values that support teamwork, loyalty, respect and commitment.
MINOR FIELD OF STUDY DETAIL
MSCI 311, 311L, 312, 312L, 330, 411, 411L, 412 (18 hours)