Reserve Officers Training Corp

What is ROTC?

Reserve Officers Training Corp is a comprehensive leadership program. You’ll learn the principles of leadership, management, and problem solving skills that will help you as a military officer or down the road in the corporate world. FMU has a cross-town agreement with Florida International University and the University of Miami to provide military science course to our students. You can major in any discipline you desire and your military science courses will be included.

You will create lifelong friendships and bonds inside and outside of the training environment, loyalty among your peers, and opportunities to participate in club activities. When you graduate from college, you will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in your chosen branch of service.

ARMY ROTC

Army ROTC logoArmy ROTC is one of the most demanding and successful leadership programs in the country. The training a student receives in Army ROTC teaches leadership development, military skills and career training. Courses take place both in the classroom and in the field and are mixed with normal academic studies. Additional summer programs, such as Jump School, may also be attended. Upon completion, an Army ROTC graduate is awarded officer status in the Army. You will enroll in your courses at FMU, but all Army ROTC courses will be taught at FIU. See Captain Tolbert in Room 317 of the Lehman Building for details.

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AIR FORCE ROTC

Air Force ogoThe Air Force ROTC mission is to produce leaders for the Air Force and build better citizens for America. Headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., the Air Force ROTC commands 144 units at college and university campuses throughout the United States.

Air Force ROTC offers a four-year program based on Air Force requirements and led by active-duty Air Force officers. You will enroll in your courses at FMU, but all Air Force ROTC courses and activities will be taught at the University of Miami. You must provide your own transportation. See Captain Tolbert in Room 317 of the Lehman Building for details.

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