AIR FORCE JROTC (SC-922) COURSE SYLLABUS
COURSE NAME: AFJROTC 4
AS-400 – Management of the Cadet Corps- 40%
E-400 – Principles of Management- 40%
Wellness & Physical Education- 20%
CREDIT HOURS: One Elective Credit AS 40% LE 40% Wellness 20% for each class
INSTRUCTORS: Lt Col Dana Evans,USAFR Ret. - Aerospace Science, Health & Wellness
SMSgt Terry Ballew ,USAF Ret. -Leadership Development, Health & Wellness
AS 400 – (40%) -The cadets manage the entire corps during their fourth year in the JROTC program. This hands-on experience affords the cadets the opportunity to put the theories of previous leadership courses into practice. Planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, controlling, and decision-making will be done by the cadets. They practice their communication, decision-making, personal-interaction, managerial, and organizational skills.
LE 400-Principles of Management (40%) - provide exposure to the fundamentals of management. It will present leadership topics that will benefit students as well as provide them with some of the necessary skills needed to put into practice what they have learned during their time in AFJROTC. Ethical dilemmas, case studies, and role play activities are built into the lessons.
Wellness & Physical Fitness- (20%) -portion will incorporate the Cadet Health & Wellness program (CHWP). It’s an exercise program focused upon individual base line improvements with the goal of achieving PPF standards calculated with age and gender. The goal is to motivate cadets to lead active, healthy lifestyles beyond program requirements and into their adult lives. Cadets will be given the opportunity to put into practice the wellness concepts that are taught in LE 100. Students WILL wear the issued SC-922 Corps T-shirt/USAF sweat shirt and be responsible to wear the appropriate attire (shorts/sweats & athletic shoes) on Fridays.
Aerospace Science 400: Management of the Cadet Corps
Cadet Guide & Units A-D
- Apply theories and techniques learned in previous leadership courses.
- Analyze how to develop leadership and management competency through participation.
- Analyze strengthened organizational skills through active incorporation.
- Evaluate how to develop confidence in ability by exercising decision-making skills
- Evaluate Air Force standards, discipline, and conduct
- Unit 1-Know the history and the importance of management.
- Unit 2-Know the techniques and skills involved in planning and decision making.
- Unit 3-Know the importance of managing change, stress, and innovation.
- Unit 4-Know the key elements of the individual and group behavior, the importance of the communication process, and the characteristics of a good leader
1.Motivate cadets to lead active, healthy lifestyles beyond program requirements and into adult lives.
2.Incorporate the Presidential Physical Fitness program for base line assessments.
3.Identify areas of improvement for each cadet.
4.Participation in team sport activities to improve upon their PPF scores.
- Teaching and instructing the 30 drill commands.
Other Course Materials: SC- 922 Cadet Guide $25 fee if not returned
UNIFORM DAY: Usually Tuesday, PT on Friday
Cadets will be assigned chapters to read from the applicable text. A review of the text material will be conducted using the Computer Performance System that contains Power Point Slides. The CPS system allows the presentation of a variety of questions that the students will answer via their own hand held clicker. This system also has multiple means of review and giving exams.
SOUTH CAROLINA UNIFORM GRADING POLICY- ref. Program of Studies
Letter A – 90-100
B – 80-89 Exams/Quizzes 30%
C – 70-79 Uniform/ Daily customs & Courtesies 40%
D – 00-69 Drill 10%
F – 59 or below Wellness & Physical Fitness 20%
EXPECTATIONS: Set the example, maintain the standards, & lead.
Community Service: Cadets will have multiple opportunities to perform Air Force JROTC sponsored community service projects during each semester.
Field Trips: Cadets must be in good academic and disciplinary standing in ALL classes to participate.
Class Behavior: The nature of our mission, as well as its high visibility within the school and community, demands that all cadets adhere to higher standards.
AFJROTC Honor Code:
I will not Lie, Cheat or Steal nor Tolerate any among us who do