The Army ROTC program offers a full, four year curriculum.  Each semester, cadets attend an academic class, a “lab” that lets them apply what they learned in class, and can attend up to three session of physical training (PT) a week.

Cadets who intend to commission will also attend Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, usually during the summer following their junior year.

You can join the ROTC program as a freshman, a sophomore, or even later.  To see the classes you’ll be taking, select the tab below that matches your class.  And feel free to contact us to find out exactly how the Army ROTC program works with your schedule.

Select the year you'll be entering the program:

On the traditional four year track, you’ll take 31 credits and attend a month-long camp at Fort Knox, usually after your junior year.  To learn more about each class, check the CSU catalog.  To learn more about the camp, visit the Cadet Summer Training website.

If you start the ROTC program as a sophomore, you’ll take two extra credits your first two semesters in the program.  Overall, you’ll take 29 credits and attend Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, usually during the summer after your junior year.  To learn more about the classes, see the university’s catalog.  To learn about summer training opportunities, check out Cadet Summer Training.

If you start the ROTC program as a junior, you will attend Basic Camp tand Advanced Camp during the summers – learn about the summer training opportunities at the Army ROTC website.

You’ll take 19 credits of military science classes – read their description in the university’s catalog.

You can start the Army ROTC program as an undergraduate senior, or as a grad student.  Contact the recruiting officer to find out more about your opportunities – the diagram below is just an example of how the curriculum can work for you.

To learn about the university classes, check the catalog.  To explore summer training for cadets, read the Cadet Command website.