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Student Learning Outcomes

Course Objectives and Corresponding Assessment Methods

1. Students will demonstrate proficiency in small unit leadership by applying the seventeen leadership dimensions (developed by Cadet Command) and tactical and technical knowledge.

a) Students will be assigned different leadership positions that mimic actual rank-based positions within the United States Army based off their year group. These positions are either assessed by cadre or seniors using Cadet Command Form 156-4A-R (Individual Evaluation Card). Each student will rotate throughout numerous leadership positions of varying degrees of responsibility and pressure.

b) Students will be tested on Soldier technical and tactical skills throughout the year (either in written or demonstrative form) corresponding with course material taught in class. Examples include such topics/skills as land navigation, basic rifle marksmanship, squad tactics, patrolling tactics, and first aid.