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Department of Military Science

Department of Military Science & Leadership

Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

Scientists and teachers, business leaders and policy makers, and officers for the US Army. USM and its Army ROTC program prepare students to be innovators and leaders for the 21st century. We produce lieutenants for the active Army, the National Guard, and the US Army Reserves. Each component has 16 branches that cater to multiple interests, including infantry, military intelligence, aviation, engineering, armor and medical services corps. Warriors wanted, each with a breadth of perspective who:

  • Demonstrate a capacity for excellence
  • Confident they will be competent Army leaders because of the rigor of the program
  • Committed to the Army for the duration and open-minded about further service

 

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When you become part of the Army ROTC, you're not just working toward a diploma, but an even brighter future as a leader alongside other motivated Cadets.

 

 

Find Your Warrior as a Cadet in the Golden Eagle BN

Our courses develop individual leadership and group problem-solving skills, plus you get to experience the out-of-classroom labs that get you adventuring outdoors including: Rappelling, rifle marksmanship, obstacle courses, and land navigation. Contracted students can also participate in adventure training in airborne, air assault and mountain warfare training schools.


 

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Department of Military Science
118 College Dr.  #5042
Hattiesburg, MS 39406

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The high school Four-Year Scholarship is for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program. You can also recieve a 3-year Advanced Designee scholarship, which means that your scholarship money wouldn't kick in until your sophomore year.

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The Golden Eagle FTP benefits Mississippi National Guard (MSNG) Members (Army and Airforce) attending USM as full-time students.  

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Student Curated Exhibits Featured in Special Collections at McCain Library and Archives

University Libraries’ Special Collections is currently displaying exhibits, curated by three USM students, in McCain Library and Archives. The exhibits feature the work of a music history and marketing undergraduate student; a history graduate student; and an English licensure undergraduate student. The Special Collections student curator program provides students with the opportunity to curate mini exhibits, featuring materials from the collections. If you have questions about the program or the exhibits on display, contact Jennifer Brannock at 601.266.4347 or at Jennifer.Brannock@usm.edu.

Jan
19

9:00 am

Student Curated Exhibits Featured in Special Collections at McCain Library and Archives

University Libraries’ Special Collections is currently displaying exhibits, curated by three USM students, in McCain Library and Archives. The exhibits feature the work of a music history and marketing undergraduate student; a history graduate student; and an English licensure undergraduate student. The Special Collections student curator program provides students with the opportunity to curate mini exhibits, featuring materials from the collections. If you have questions about the program or the exhibits on display, contact Jennifer Brannock at 601.266.4347 or at Jennifer.Brannock@usm.edu.

Jan
20

9:00 am

Student Curated Exhibits Featured in Special Collections at McCain Library and Archives

University Libraries’ Special Collections is currently displaying exhibits, curated by three USM students, in McCain Library and Archives. The exhibits feature the work of a music history and marketing undergraduate student; a history graduate student; and an English licensure undergraduate student. The Special Collections student curator program provides students with the opportunity to curate mini exhibits, featuring materials from the collections. If you have questions about the program or the exhibits on display, contact Jennifer Brannock at 601.266.4347 or at Jennifer.Brannock@usm.edu.

Jan
21

9:00 am

Student Curated Exhibits Featured in Special Collections at McCain Library and Archives

University Libraries’ Special Collections is currently displaying exhibits, curated by three USM students, in McCain Library and Archives. The exhibits feature the work of a music history and marketing undergraduate student; a history graduate student; and an English licensure undergraduate student. The Special Collections student curator program provides students with the opportunity to curate mini exhibits, featuring materials from the collections. If you have questions about the program or the exhibits on display, contact Jennifer Brannock at 601.266.4347 or at Jennifer.Brannock@usm.edu.

Jan
22

9:00 am

Student Curated Exhibits Featured in Special Collections at McCain Library and Archives

University Libraries’ Special Collections is currently displaying exhibits, curated by three USM students, in McCain Library and Archives. The exhibits feature the work of a music history and marketing undergraduate student; a history graduate student; and an English licensure undergraduate student. The Special Collections student curator program provides students with the opportunity to curate mini exhibits, featuring materials from the collections. If you have questions about the program or the exhibits on display, contact Jennifer Brannock at 601.266.4347 or at Jennifer.Brannock@usm.edu.

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