Curriculum Information Guide
Air Force ROTCLieutenant Colonel Francisco Perez De Armas, USAF
Professor of Aerospace
Roosevelt Hall, Room 122
School of Engineering Technology
Minor in Air Force ROTC
The minor in Air Force ROTC is offered to any Farmingdale baccalaureate student completing the courses of study listed below. The minor not only prepares cadets for active duty service but provides any student the opportunity to study one of our country’s major instruments of power, the United States Military. In addition to studying Air Force organizations, missions, and operations, the student will gain a broad perspective of the military in general by studying the history of all Department of Defense Services and completing a leadership and/or business course emphasizing the key elements of leadership required of an Air Force Officer.
About Academic Minors
Farmingdale State College students are invited to enhance their studies with an "Academic Minor." A minor is a cluster of thematically related courses drawn from one or more departments. In addition to department based minors (e.g. computer programming & info systems), interdisciplinary minors are also available (e.g. legal studies).
Academic minors are approved by the College-Wide Curriculum Committee and the Provost. Students must make application for an academic minor through the department offering the minor in conjunction with the Registrar's Office Specific course work must be determined in consultation with a faculty member in the department offering the minor. A statement of successful completion of the academic minor will appear on the student's transcript at the time of graduation.
- A minor is considered to be an optional supplement to a student's major program of study.
- Completion of a minor is not a graduation requirement and is subject to the availability of the courses selected. However, if the requirements for a minor are not completed prior to certification of graduation in the major, it will be assumed that the minor has been dropped. Consequently, the student will only be certified for graduation in their primary major.
- Only students in 4 year baccalaureate programs can apply for a minor.
- A minor should consist of 15 to 21 credits, with the exception of the Chemistry and Air Force ROTC minors which require 22 credits.
- At least 12 credits must be in courses at the 200 level or higher.
- At least 9 credits must be residency credits.
- Specific requirements for each minor are determined by the department granting the minor.
- Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 in their minor, with the exception of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor which requires 2.5.
- Students are prohibited from declaring a minor in the same discipline as their major (e.g. one cannot combine an applied math minor with an applied math major). Academic minors may not apply to all curricula.
- Students are permitted to double-count courses.
- Students are only permitted to take more than one minor with appropriate written approval of their department chair or curriculum Dean.
|Fall 2018- Subject to Revision|
|AFR 101 The Foundations of the U.S. Air Force I||1|
|AFR 102 The Foundations of the U.S. Air Force II||1|
|AFR 201 The Evolution of U.S. Air and Space Power I||1|
|AFR 202 The Evolution of U.S. Air and Space Power II||1|
|Select 2 courses from the following:||( 6 credits )|
|BUS 311 / PSY 311 Organizational Behavior||3|
|BUS 209 Teamwork & Team Building||3|
|BUS 360 Leadership Theories and Practices||3|
|BUS 460 Leadership and Ethics||3|
|AFR 301 Air Force Leadership and Management I||3|
|AFR 302 Air Force Leadership and Management II||3|
|AFR 401 National Security Affairs/Prep for Active Duty I||3|
|AFR 402 National Security Affairs/Prep for Active Duty II||3|
Curriculum SummaryTotal Credits: 22
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