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    Winston-Salem State University
  Dec 15, 2017
Undergraduate Catalog 2011-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MSC 3612 - Troop Leadership Training

Credits: 6 hrs
This course provides cadets the opportunity to learn real-life officer leadership skills through hands-on leading of active duty Army soldiers. It is a three week tour with an Active Duty Army unit. CTLT is conducted at Army installations in the United States, Germany, and Korea. During the CTLT Cadets receive “hands on” experience under the direct supervision of an active duty platoon leader who works one-on-one with the cadet. The final week of the program affords the cadet the opportunity to lead and control the platoon as their own with minimal supervision. Regular coaching sessions enhance their progress, while providing feedback about their performance. Cadets follow the same duty schedule as their assigned platoon leader, usually an eight to ten hour workday. By the end of CTLT each cadet has attained a minimum of 120 hours of platoon leader experience. Prerequisite(s): MSC 3205 and MSC 3206.