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Army ROTC: Leaders for Life

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The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program is a curriculum in military leadership, both theoretical and practical. Students learn the fundamentals of leadership and progress through increasing roles and responsibilities in order to improve individual proficiency. Many other "life skills," such as time management, oral and written communication, first aid and personal fitness, as well as adventure training, are also integrated into the program. Both a major and a minor are offered. It is commonly known as a four-year program, however, there are three and two-year options as well. See the Contracting Options tab to understand the variety of ways to complete ROTC.

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