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Commissioning

Upon completion of Army ROTC and graduation from Weber State, you can become a commissioned officer in the active Army, Army Reserve or National Guard.

Map to Commissioning

National Scholarship Process

Prior to registering for ROTC, apply for one of our scholarships.

Learn more on our scholarships page.

Freshman Year

Four-Year Program Starting Point: Cadets in our four-year program start their journey here. Review the four-year program requirements on our enrollment page.

  • MILS 1010: Leadership and Personal Development (3 credit hours)
  • MILS 1020: Introduction to Tactical Leadership (3 credit hours)*
  • MILS 2400: Physical Training (1 credit hour)*

Sophomore Year

  • MILS 1020: Introduction to Tactical Leadership (3 credit hours)*
  • MILS 2010: Innovative Team Leadership (3 credit hours)
  • MILS 2020: Foundations of Tactical Leadership (3 credit hours)
  • MILS 2400: Physical Training (1 credit hour)*

Junior Year

Two-Year Program Starting Point: Cadets in our two-year program start their journey here. Review the two-year program requirements on our enrollment page.

  • MILS 3010: Adaptive Team Leadership (4 credit hours)
  • MILS 3020: Leadership in Changing Environments (4 credit hours)
  • MILS 4400: Physical Training (2 credit hours)*
  • HIST 3280 or HIST 3290, Military History Course, (3 credit hours)*

Senior Year

  • MILS 4010: Developing Adaptive Leaders (4 credit hours)
  • MILS 4020: Leadership in a Complex World (4 credit hours)
  • MILS 4400: Physical Training (2 credit hours)*
  • HIST 3280 or HIST 3290, Military History Course, (3 credit hours)*
  • Select an Army Branch School

Graduation and Commissioning

  • Commission as a second lieutenant
  • Complete Army Branch School (typically a 3-month course)
  • Complete 3–4 years Army active duty or 6–8 years National Guard or Army Reserves

*: Indicates that a course can be completed in another year.