Take charge with leadership skills developed through military science.
Excel at becoming a leader with the minor in Military Science at UND, and jump-start your U.S. Army career as a Second Lieutenant upon graduation. Develop your leadership skills of decision making, time management, communication and presence while enjoying the best camaraderie on campus.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 2 years
- Credit hours:
Why study military science / Army ROTC?
In academic and hands-on environments, students learn and utilize leadership skills in demand today in the private sector and in the military. The program offers a wide variety of leadership experiences, academic challenges and unique learning opportunities not available with any other department. The military science minor is designed for students who wish to augment the major they are completing in another departmental program.
Entrance into the program imposes no military obligation of any sort.
Military Flight Training Program
In partnership with the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, the UND Army ROTC trains, qualifies, and certifies flight training program cadets in rotary wing, fixed wing, and unmanned aerial systems operations.
Scholarships are available to cover the full cost of the flight training program, with over $168,000 available per qualified student.
Military Science / Army ROTC at UND
No military obligation or commitment.
Gain formal leadership education with hands-on experience and lab settings.
Take courses from professional leaders in the United States Army.
Participate in physical training, leadership lab and in-class instruction.
Learn to fly and get your costs covered while in the flight training program offered by the UND Army ROTC.