Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies is offered through a cooperative agreement with the University of Cincinnati. Qualified freshmen and sophomore students may participate in the program and may compete for scholarship opportunities through the United States Air Force ROTC.
Air Force ROTC prepares students to assume positions as commissioned officers in the U.S. Air Force, through a combination of classroom and practical leadership experiences, and esprit-de-corps activities with others in the cadet wing. Graduates are commissioned as second lieutenants trained to begin careers as pilots, navigators, engineers, program managers, scientists, space and missile operators, air battle managers, nurses, security forces or maintenance officers, as well as any of the more than 150 officer career fields offered.
The Air Force ROTC program begins with a general military course. Freshmen and sophomore level students participate in classroom work, a one credit hour aerospace studies course, and a hands-on leadership skills laboratory course. The program consists of 12 credit hours in aerospace studies courses that count toward your degree requirements. (Students must consult their academic advisor for details.)
Students interested in additional information may visit the national website (http://www.afrotc.com) or the local website (www.uc.edu/afrotc.html), call 513-556-2237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .