Aerospace Studies, Minor
Air Force - ROTC
Students in this minor focus on the foundations of military/aerospace teamwork, leadership, management, ethics/philosophy, and national security. Opportunity is given to gain language proficiency or to pursue coursework relevant to the interplay of societal forces, via social science electives.
A minor is earned in conjunction with a bachelor's degree.
To receive a minor (18 - 24 units) at Northern Arizona University, you must complete a planned group of courses from one or more subject matter areas with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0. At least 12 units of the minor must be unique to that minor and not applied to any other minor.
In addition to University Requirements:
- Complete individual plan requirements.
Students may be able to use some courses to meet more than one requirement. Contact your advisor for details.
No more than fifty percent of the units used to satisfy minor requirements may be used to satisfy major requirements.
|Minimum Units for Completion||19|
The purpose of the Aerospace Studies Minor is to officially recognize students who have taken a prescribed set of courses designed to develop written, verbal, management and decision making skills while instilling an appreciation of the role the Air Force has played in United States history. Graduates with an Aerospace Minor understand the role the military and more specifically the Air Force plays as one of the elements of national power. Students demonstrate a proficiency in written and verbal communication using Air Force standard forms and practices. Leadership, followership, management, diversity and team building are all focus areas for the Aerospace Studies minor. Minor elective courses enhance student’s knowledge in political, sociological, historical, management, and economic arenas.
The mission of the AS Minor program is to develop student leaders with professional written and verbal communications abilities, decision making skills, and foundational knowledge of Air Force historical and future roles in the support and defense of the United States Constitution.
Student Learning Outcomes
Embodies Airmen Culture
- Comprehend the basic concepts of leadership and their impact on mission accomplishment.
- Comprehend personal and professional standards of loyalty, character and accountability and their impact on being a leader of character.
- Comprehend that good leaders must also be good followers
- Comprehend the role of loyalty in effective followership
- Apply effective followership traits in mission activities.
- Comprehend the military profession of arms.
- Comprehend the meaning of a military officer’s Oath of Office.
- Know Air Force heritage, traditions, and special ceremonies.
- Comprehend how continuously honing physical, mental and professional skills impacts the employment of military capabilities
- Comprehend the Code of Conduct and its importance to survival as a POW.
Take the following 19 units:
- AS 301L, AS 302L, AS 401L, AS 402L
- CCJ 341, CCJ 380
- ECO 324
- FRE 304W, FRE 401, FRE 402, FRE 405, FRE 406
- GER 303, GER 304W, GER 401
- HIS 312, HIS 325, HIS 332, HIS 341, HIS 344, HIS 372, HIS 375, HIS 376, HIS 400, HIS 402, HIS 421, HIS 451, HIS 460
- MGT 310, MGT 436
- POS 325, POS 327
- PSY 347, PSY 348
- POS 380, POS 482
- SOC 301, SOC 353
- SPA 303, SPA 304W, SPA 340
Be aware that some courses may have prerequisites that you must also successfully complete. For prerequisite information, click on the course or see your advisor.