
AEROSPACE STUDIES Department of Aerospace Studies
Department Head: Colonel Nichole Scott
Curriculum is delivered in accordance with applicable service regulation and instruction.


• AS 103  Heritage and Values of the United States Air Force I


• AS 104  Heritage and Values of the United States Air Force II


• AS 113  Leadership Lab for AS 103


• AS 114  Leadership Lab for AS 104


• AS 203  Team and Leadership Fundamentals I


• AS 204  Team and Leadership Fundamentals II


• AS 213  Leadership Lab for AS 203


• AS 214  Leadership Lab for AS 204


• AS 303  Leading People and Effective Communication I


• AS 304  Leading People and Effective Communication II


• AS 313  Leadership Lab for AS 303


• AS 314  Leadership Lab for AS 304


• AS 343  T6 Virtual Reality Flight Simulation I


• AS 344  T6 Virtual Reality Flight Simulation II


• AS 403  National Security and Commissioning Preparation I


• AS 404  National Security, Leadership Responsibilities and Commissioning Preparation II


• AS 413  Leadership Lab for AS 403


• AS 414  Leadership Lab for AS 404

APPLIED MATHEMATICS Department of Applied Mathematics
Department Head: Colonel Siemers
Requirements for a major in applied mathematics are specified in Applied Mathematics .
Note: All cadets must have at least six hours of mathematics. MA 114  PreCalculus Mathematics does not fulfill a mathematics requirement and cannot be used as elective credit.


• MA 101  Math that Matters I


• MA 102  Math that Matters II


• MA 103  Matrix Algebra


• MA 106  Introduction to Probability and Statistics


• MA 110  Mathematical Software


• MA 114  PreCalculus Mathematics


• MA 123  Calculus & Analytic Geometry I


• MA 124  Calculus & Analytic Geometry II


• MA 126  Quantitative Methods


• MA 215  Calculus With Analytic Geometry III


• MA 220  Probability & Statistics for Engineers & Scientists


• MA 301  Higher Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists


• MA 305  Elementary Linear Algebra


• MA 310  Matlab Programming


• MA 311  Elementary Differential Equations


• MA 319  Mathematical Methods of Operations Research


• MA 320  Mathematical Modeling


• MA 330WX  History of Mathematics


• MA 331X  History of Mathematics II


• MA 341  Fractals


• MA 342  Introduction to Mathematica


• MA 343  Introduction to LaTeX


• MA 345  STK for Defense Applications


• MA 346  Operations Research Algorithms and Heuristics


• MA 347  Discrete and Markov Processes


• MA 348  Math and Sports


• MA 404  Introduction to Statistical Learning


• MA 405  Statistics


• MA 415  Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics


• MA 419  Intro to NonLinear Optimization


• MA 426  Intro to Stochastic Process


• MA 432  Numerical Analysis


• MA 451459  Independent Study


• MA 471479  Topics in Mathematics


• MA 490W  Research Practicum in Applied Mathematics


• MA 495  Advanced Research Projects in Applied Mathematics

ARABIC Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
Department Head: Colonel Carrico
All cadets who enter with two or more entrance units in a modern foreign language are given placement tests and are placed in appropriate courses on the basis of the test results combined with their previous high school language coursework, and after consultation with the department head of modern languages.
A single year of a foreign language shall count toward meeting graduation requirements only when the cadet is studying a second language or is taking a language as an elective.
Cadets must demonstrate proficiency in ML 101 in order to be admitted into ML 102. They must, similarly, demonstrate proficiency in ML 102 before enrolling in ML 201, and in ML 201 before enrolling in ML 202/204. Proficiency in ML 202/204 is a prerequisite for admission to 300level courses. Completion of two 300level courses or their equivalent is expected before enrollment in any 400 level course. Once a cadet has completed work at the 202/204 level, he/she may not return to the elementary level course for credit.
Cadets who present four years of a high school language or demonstrate native or nearnative language abilities may not enroll at the elementary level of that language. Such students will have the choice of enrolling either in the first semester intermediate level of that language or in the first semester elementary course of a different language.


• AR 101  Elementary Arabic I


• AR 102  Elementary Arabic II


• AR 201  Intermediate Arabic I


• AR 202  Intermediate Arabic II


• AR 301W  Arabic Composition and Conversation I


• AR 302W  Arabic Composition and Conversation II


• AR 304  Darija


• AR 314  Arabic Civilizations and Cultures


• AR 315  Arabic for the Media


• AR 316  Cultural Topics in Arabic


• AR 405  Independent Readings


• AR 407  Advanced Arabic Grammar and Syntax


• AR 410  Advanced Arabic


• AR 411  Millennials in the Middle East


• AR 420  Arabic Poetry


• AR 450  Modern Language Capstone Course


• AR 470  Special Topics in Arabic


• AR 481  Survey of Moroccan Culture and Society

ASTRONOMY Department of Physics and Astronomy
Department Head: Colonel Vargas
Requirements for a major in physics are specified in Physics and Astronomy .


• AT 170  The Universe


• AT 201  Introductory Astronomy I


• AT 202  Introductory Astronomy II


• AT 250  Astrobiology


• AT 301  Observational Techniques


• AT 306  Introductory Astrophysics


• AT 308  Cosmology

BIOLOGY Department of Biology
Department Head: Colonel Bell
Requirements for major in biology are specified in Biology .


• BI 101  General Biology I


• BI 102  General Biology II


• BI 111  Fundamentals of Biology I


• BI 112  Fundamentals of Biology II


• BI 113  Fundamentals of Biology III


• BI 192  Independent Research


• BI 193  Independent Research


• BI 204  Physiology


• BI 206  Tropical Marine Biology


• BI 210  Comparative Animal Nutrition


• BI 216  Animal Behavior


• BI 217  General Botany


• BI 218X  Biology of Gender


• BI 219  Conservation Biology


• BI 222  Environmental Science


• BI 240  Biological Agents in Warfare and Terrorism


• BI 245X  Epidemics and Society


• BI 250  Survey and Analysis of Environmental Issues


• BI 290/290W  Independent Research


• BI 291/291W  Independent Research


• BI 292/292W  Independent Research


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