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Undergraduate Bulletin 2007-2008
 
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ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps)

Albany undergraduate students have the opportunity to enroll in the Air Force ROTC program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute or the Army ROTC program at Siena College through the Hudson-Mohawk Association of Colleges and Universitiesí Cross-Registration Program. Military Science classes may provide valuable management and leadership instruction applicable in both the military and civilian environment. Leadership laboratory offers the essential elements of physical fitness in the context of dynamic and challenging leadership training activities. Students should contact the appropriate military science department on the two campuses for precise information regarding course content, sequencing and summer expectations.

All Army ROTC classes are conducted on campus in the Physical Education Building where the Army ROTC offices are located. Further information on the Army ROTC Program is available in Room B74 of the Physical Education Center.

Course Enrollment and Credit: The procedure for obtaining University approval for enrollment in Army or Air Force ROTC courses is the same as for any other cross-registration enrollment except that a faculty adviserís approval is not required for an ROTC course. No more than a total of 12 ROTC credits may be counted toward a studentís graduation. This includes the Albany courses P Pad 110, 111, 210, 211, 380, 381, 480, and 481.