are available to Morningside College students under a special agreement
with the University of South Dakota (USD) Department of Military
Science, Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).
Currently classes are held in the late afternoon at the USD Vermillion,
S.D., campus. Enrollment must be approved, in advance, by the USD
ROTC professor of military science, who can be contacted at (605)
677-5284 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.usd.edu/msc.
first two years of Military Science courses (MSL 101, 102, 201, 202),
called the Basic courses,
are open to all students, and no military service obligation is incurred.
The junior and senior years of Military Science courses (MSL 301,
302, 401, 402), called the Advanced courses, have as a prerequisite
to enrollment one of the following:
1) completion of all Basic courses;
2) attendance at a four week Leaders' Training Course at Fort Knox,
Ky., (for which pay is received as well as four credit hours);
if currently in the Army National Guard or Army Reserve and have
completed both Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training;
prior active duty military service with completion of Basic Training
and Advanced Individual Training. Advanced course participants may
incur an active, Reserve or National Guard service obligation. There
are many options. Interested students should discuss obligations
and career plans thoroughly with the professor of military science
prior to enrollment. There are also many financial aid options available
with ROTC for all students. All courses are tuition free.
See the current Morningside College catalog for updated information
See also: University of South Dakota Military Science (ROTC)
Web page for more information: www.usd.edu/msc