Since Army ROTC is an elective course with a leadership curriculum, enrollment can be done online. Permissions may be required, in order to receive permissions please contact (405) 325-3012. You may also contact the scholarship and enrollment officer and ask about ROTC and its scholarships and programs. Out of state students participating in ROTC will receive in-state residency status.
MS 1113 Introduction to Leadership I
MS 2323 Foundations of Leadership I
MS 3123 Adaptive Team Leadership
MS 4213 Seminar - Leadership & Management
MS 1213 Adaptive Leadership
MS 2423 Foundations of Leadership II
MS 3223 Applied Team Leadership
MS 4223 Mission Command
MIL History Requirement to commission (ALL Students must enroll in 1 of the below courses prior to commissioning)
3093 The United States: Revolution and New Nation to 1815
3153 The Great War, 1914-1918
3423 War, Prosperity and Depression
3430 Special Topics in History
3430 Warfare in Eastern America
3430 U.S. Frontier/Army
3430 U.S. Military to 1902
3430 American Indian Warfare
3500 Special Topics in History (depending on topic)
3500 History of Global Terrorism
3503 World War II
3553 The Civil War
4343 The Vietnam War
4453 American Military History 1860-Present
4973 Undergraduate Seminar in History (capstone; depending on topic)
4973 American Revolution
4973 Cold War 1945-55
4973 Vietnam War in Modern America
Misconceptions about Army ROTC
- Enrolling in ROTC does not mean you are joining the military
- You may not have to attend Basic Training if you take OUr class.
- You do not have to be advanced in fitness to join.
- OUr military conditioning class is for OU students who would like to work out with us without ROTC.
- You are able to change your major while enrolled and on scholarship.
- You will have plenty of time to participate in extra curricular activities; we encourage them.
- You do not need to purchase any uniforms or equipment.
- Not everyone in ROTC is pursuing a military career.
- You are able to study abroad while enrolled.
- Not all cadets have to serve Active Duty. You can serve as a Reserve or National Guard officer.